Named for Anaheim, CA, where this milder chili (500-2500 Scoville Heat Units) was first celebrated, Anaheim Pepper is versatile and delicious! Long, large peppers have thick walls – perfect for stuffing. An excellent drying pepper.
- 25 seeds minimum
- Germination: 7-14 days
- Maturity: 75-80 days
- Start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Plant 1/4" deep in seed starting mix. Requires soil temperatures of 65-90F to germinate. Heat mat is recommended. Keep soil moist.
- Transplant in full sun when all danger of frost has passed.
- Space plants 12-18” apart; space rows 2-4' apart.
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A couple years I search for these seeds online and was pleased to find them here. My relatives grow acres of these in Chihuahua, Mex. The skins on these peppers are thick and so is the meat so it works well to roast and "skin" them. We like to stuff them with cheese then pour some pizza sauce or other tomato based sauce over them and heat them up like that. sometimes we add ground beef to the dish. The smaller ones that don't stay together as well are good to make a green chile gravy out of. Add some milk, cheese and/or cream to it. Makes a fresh pot of beans or refried beans taste twice as good. Also good with rice.