Anaheim Hot Pepper
Organic non GMO seeds for hot peppers
3,30 € – 11,00 €
Thanks to its minimal spiciness and fleshy flesh, the Anaheim organic hot pepper is one of the most easily used varieties in the kitchen. If you are new to growing and eating chillies, this is definitely the perfect variety for you!
Organic Anaheim Pepper
The Anaheim chilli is a variety of Capiscum annuum and is native to Mexico. The 15/18 cm long fruit is characterised by a medium fleshy flesh and a green skin, which becomes increasingly red as it ripens. Thanks to its low spiciness, this type is particularly versatile in cooking and suitable for even the most sensitive palates.
How can I grow it?
Plant the seeds in the pot, about 1 cm deep, and cover them with soil. Make sure to create the right amount of moisture so that the substrate is neither dry nor soggy, so cover them with cling film and make a few holes, then place the container in a warm place to encourage germination.
The first shoots may sprout in 2/3 weeks; when they do, remove the foil and water them regularly, leaving them in sunlight.
Your Anaheim chillies will be ready in about three months: you will be able to tell by their colour, between green and red, and the ease with which they come off the plant.
How can I eat it?
The Anaheim pepper has a sweet and fruity flavour. Since it is a rather large variety and not very spicy, you can use it in so many ways: try it roasted, stuffed or chopped to add zest to all your dishes.
We recommend wearing gloves when handling the chillies to avoid skin irritation.
Store the seeds in a cool, ventilated place with a temperature between 8° and 20° C, protected from weather, changes in humidity and sunlight.
Anaheim pepper – Non-GMO organic seed
Botanical variety: Capiscum annuum
Pod colour: green with red hues
Scoville hotness unit (SHU): 1,500 – 2,000
Packaging available: 10 seeds | 20 seeds | 100 seeds
Difficulty of growth: easy
Sowing time: January – April
Harvest time: July – September
Placement: pot / soil
Pre-soaking: not necessary
Maturation time: 90/95 days