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Organic Anaheim Hot Pepper Seeds (250mg)
Organic Pepper: Hot - Anaheim (250 mg) - Heirloom, Non-GMO Seeds


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Organic Anaheim Hot Pepper (250mg) Description:
Anaheim peppers are a favorite variety for spicing up a range of dishes. You can grow this hardy pepper variety in your own garden; it's friendly to most regions. Start your Non-GMO Anaheim pepper crop using organic pepper seeds from Patriot Seeds. Our seeds are open-pollinated, so you can grow, harvest, and replant for years to come. These seeds are also 100% heirloom and certified organic by CCOF (California Certified Organic Farmers). When you're ready to declare your food independence, buy Patriot Seeds!

Organic Pepper: Hot - Anaheim Planting Instructions:
Anaheim peppers do best in full sun, planted ΒΌ" deep and 1 to 2" apart. Start the plants indoors in peat pots or cell packs 8 to 10 weeks before transplanting them outside. Set the plants outdoors 2 to 3 weeks after the last frost. When transplanting, space the plants 12 to 24" apart, in rows 24 to 36" apart, or spaced 14 to 16" apart in raised beds. The peppers will do best with even moisture. Do not plant the peppers in the same place more than once every four years. Grow time is about 80 days.

Organic Pepper: Hot - Anaheim Harvesting Instructions:
Peppers are ready for harvest when they are firm and shiny with a crisp texture. To harvest, use garden shears to clip the fruits. Pulling them off risks damaging the plant. Store fresh peppers at 50 degrees and at least 90% humidity, if possible. Storing them alongside other fruits and vegetables will cause them to age faster, as peppers are sensitive to ethylene gas.

Did You Know This About Anaheim Peppers?
Anaheim peppers are a type of chile native to New Mexico. They are named for Anaheim, California, however, because that city is where the peppers were first canned.

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Very Mild, Large, Thick Peppers September 4, 2016
Reviewer: Max from Southern Michigan  
Excellent germination from seeds. This was my first year growing chili peppers and these were a complete success. Many of the peppers were over 8" long with thick flesh. I've roasted and canned some for green chiles and dehydrated red ones for powder. It's late in our growing season and the plants are still blossoming and producing an abundant crop.

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100% success! July 31, 2016
Reviewer: Kathy M Davis-Litton from Clendenin, WV United States  
These seeds did GREAT! I had no experience with hot peppers and I started 9 seeds in "hopes" of getting 4 or 5 viable plants. But, I got all 9! YAY! they are yielding many peppers daily and they are big, firm, and healthy! LOVE them!

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Strong plants June 20, 2016
Reviewer: Melissa E from Boynton Beach, Fl  
This is my first year growing these. I just harvested 14 from 5 plants. There are at least 30 on the six total. They are some of my strongest plants!

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lettuse, all tomatoe, lots of vegetable seeds February 25, 2016
Reviewer: Robin Judkins from Portland, OR United States  
I really enjoy all my seeds that I've been purchasing in the past 8 years. I really appreciate your sight in helping me become self reliant in collecting my own seeds with your how to section on all your seeds you offer.  Very educational, but what I like the most is the fact that they are Heirloom, organic and NON GMO seeds.
I had a terrific garden this last summer, especially with all the tomato seeds I've purchased from you in the past. I'm so happy
with the nutritious vegetables my family eats from my square foot gardens.
Thank you

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non hybrid seeds February 18, 2016
Reviewer: JAMES FROST from AZTEC, NM United States  
will start in march to transplant in may

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