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Jedi F1 Pepper Seeds

Jedi F1 Pepper Seeds

5 total reviews

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The Jedi F1 Pepper is a new jalapeno variety with massive size, mild heat, and high productivity! Known as the “hybrid king,” this pepper is one of the largest jalapeno varieties in the world and has many different uses for it.

These pepper plants produce bountiful yields of 4-5” long pendant-shaped peppers that have very smooth, glossy skin and thick walls. Jedi peppers maintain their nice, dark green color throughout the maturity process and can be easily picked off the plant when it’s time to harvest. Plants may need staking or caging for additional support.

Enjoy the crisp texture when you bite into Jedi peppers, as well as the signature spicy jalapeno flavor and heat. These large fruits are generally used for cooking, eating fresh, drying into pepper flakes and chili powder, and making them into fermented pickles. There’s no wrong way to use the prolific Jedi pepper!

  • Species: Capsicum Annuum
  • Heat Level: 2,500-3,500 SHUs
  • Type: Mild
  • Flavor: Spicy
  • Germination Rate: 93%
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Pod Size: 4.5”
  • Days to Harvest: 70-80 Days

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  • Heat Level:
  • Germination rate: 93%
  • Pod size: 4-5"
  • Origin: Unknown
  • Species: Chinense
  • SHU: 2,500-3,500

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

So far, I am very satisfied with the Jedi F1 Pepper Seeds. All were planted in peat pots, sprouted, and have been transplanted into bigger pots. They look to be doing really well. I look forward to them continuing to grow so we experience their taste.

Carey Allen

Ask me next year-mice destroyed all my pepper seed after I planted them. AAAAHHHHHH!!!

Rob Maddox

Started all of the seeds a few weeks ago. All of the seeds but one germinated. The Seedlings are doing well have not transplanted into the garden yet. Out of all the peppers I am growing this season the Jedi f1 is growing the fastest.