Here’s another great classic – and an essential part of Peruvian cuisine! Baccatum peppers traditionally only grow in South America, but they are actually the easiest and most successful plants for home growers and beginners in chili hobby.
Jalapeno, Orange Spice
Also known as Numex Orange Spice. A hotter version of the Jalapeno version developed at NMSU by Paul Bosland and his team.
Besides being a lot hotter than any traditional Jalapenos, it’s also very very prolific! This compact plant can carry lots of pods. Make sure to support these plants wel! Highly recommended for Jalapeno lovers who like more heat.
Normal price when these varieties bought separately: 15,30€
Very large, super thick fleshed, quite mild and very very tasty Jalapeno variety. Excellent for all kind of cooking! If you like Jalapenos in any stage of maturity, this one is definitely the one to get! GREAT for stuffing. Very strong, typical Jalapeno aroma when still immature. Very prolific plant and easy to grow too!
Lemon Drop represents hot, non-sweet, slightly lemon-flavored types of baccatum peppers (as opposed to sweet, low-heat or only moderately hot Ajis). The plant is relatively compact and produces lots of bright yellow fruit even in non-ideal home conditions.
Grows well in pots. Lemon Drop is especially great for fish dishes! Also a very good, different tasting alternative to Cayenne and other Asian-type red hot peppers.
Challenge: 1 (easy)
A lovely brown colored, unique Jalapeno variety. Very sweet and juicy taste. Produces great yields on a compact plant.
Surprisingly fast to mature for a Jalapeno. Very mild heat level.
Great for stuffing!
One of the best Jalapenos! These pods are big, tasty, sweet, medium hot and have the typical, wonderful Jalapeno aroma, as immature and mature. These plants are extremely prolific despite their compact size! A must have if you like Jalapenos! They ripen from pale white green to pale yellow and finally to red.
Seed kit containing the best jalapenos!
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Lemon Drop Here’s another great classic – and an essential part of Peruvian cuisine! Baccatum peppers traditionally only grow in South America, but they are actually the easiest and most