Organic Anaheim Chili Pepper
Anaheim Chili Pepper (78 days)
The name "Anaheim" is said to have come about when a farmer named Emilio Ortega brought these seeds to the Anaheim, California, area in the early 1900s. The 1913 Fairview Seed Co. catalog calls it a "recent introduction".
Anaheim Chilies are prolific bearers, of long thin fruits about 6" long. Mildly hot, people use them in roasting, stuffing, stews, sauces or raw. Organic plants grow 20-30" and bear late in the season.
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The Texas Cooperative Extension at Texas A&M recommends this variety for Texas!
I typically grow over 30 varieties of sweet and Chile peppers each year. If they don't germinate well, I notice, but that wasn't the case with your Anaheim pepper seed, so germination must have been good.
About 80percent germination