Pepper-Jalapeno M

Pepper-Jalapeno M

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Capsicum annuum 'Jalapeño'


This is the most common hot pepper in the United States, named after the Mexican town Xalapa. Jalapeo M average 3.5" X 1.5" in size, are thick-walled, moderately hot (5000 Scoville Heat Units) and start out green and turn bright red when they mature. As the fruit ages, the skin can develop a netting pattern, but this has no bearing on the taste. And peppers from the same plant may have varying degrees of fire. Peppers that grow quickly, get lots of water, and are extracted quickly can be milder than peppers that remain on the plant for a long time or mature slowly and under stress. Jalapeños contain vitamins A,B, K and C.

Days to germination

 14-21 days

Days to maturity

60-80 days

Life cycle

Semi Perennial

Plant time

Late summer and late winter but can be year-round 

Spacing

16-18 inches in well drained soil

Sun

Full sun

Soil temperature

At least 65 degrees

Optimum soil P.H

6.0-6.8

Height

2-3 feet

Harvest

Main Harvest is Late Spring Through Late Fall, but can be year-round 




Our aim is to fulfill your order as quickly as possible. While most orders are processed within 7 days, we understand that sometimes it may take longer. Please note that expedited shipping options like Next Day Air or 2nd Day Air only affect the transit time once your order leaves our facility, not the preparation time.

Pickup Orders
Pickup orders are typically ready within 2-4 days. If you require it sooner, please let us know, and we will do our best to accommodate you. For bagged soil pickup orders, please refer to the details below. Once your pickup order is ready, we will contact you (usually by text) to schedule a 2-hour pickup appointment window. Pickup times are available 7 days a week, between 7 am and 9 pm. Your order will be placed under the brown tent in front of our location at 7409 N Highland Ave Tampa, FL 33604, for easy pickup.

Live Plants
For out-of-state orders, we ship on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Florida orders are shipped on Mondays or Tuesdays. If you place an out-of-state order on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, it will likely be shipped the following Tuesday or Wednesday. Florida orders placed on Sunday or Monday may be shipped the following week. We schedule shipments this way to ensure that live plants don't travel over the weekend, minimizing any potential damage.

Seed Orders
Our seed packets are prepared over the weekend. Orders consisting only of seeds are shipped on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Bulk Soil
After you place your order, we will contact you to arrange the soil delivery. Please note that our trailer or dump truck is large and heavy, with a limited turning radius. We cannot be held responsible for any damage within 1.5 ft of the edge of the driveway or the designated delivery area. If there are plants, grass, artificial turf, sprinkler heads, or any other items within 1.5 ft of the edge, they may be damaged. We are not liable for any damage unless it is due to gross driver negligence. Driveway surfaces (concrete, shell, pavers, turf, etc.) and anything within 1.5 ft of the drive may experience cracking, splitting, breaking, depressions, tracks, etc. Please be aware that large item deliveries carry inherent risks. If the driver determines that it is unsafe to dump the soil in your desired location, they will either choose a safe alternative or the soil will not be delivered, but the delivery fee will still apply.

Bagged Soil
We fill bagged soil orders every Wednesday. If your order is placed after 4 pm on Tuesday, it will be filled on the following Wednesday. Once your bags of soil are ready, we will follow the regular pickup protocol mentioned above.

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