Hot Pepper - Early Jalapeno

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2806-CO  Capsicum annuum

(Hot) 78 days from transplant.

That familiar little green pepper with just enough heat to suit most tastes.  But if you let them go red...watch out!

Gloves are useful when you're harvesting or working with these!

~30-40 seeds/0.3g

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Hot Pepper - Early Jalapeno
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