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Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper Seeds

Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper Seeds

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The Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper, developed by the New Mexico State University, originates from Anaheim, California. This cultivar belongs to the Capsicum annuum species and is renowned for its mild heat and versatility in various culinary dishes.

There aren't distinct subspecies within the Anaheim College 64 variety. The plant itself exhibits a robust growth habit, reaching a height of around 24-30 inches. Its lush green foliage forms a dense canopy, providing a vibrant addition to gardens or containers.

The peppers of the Anaheim College 64 start as vibrant green pods, elongating to roughly 6-8 inches in length. As they mature, they transition to a bright red hue. Known for their mild heat, these peppers offer a subtle spiciness, scoring around 500-2,500 on the Scoville Heat Scale. Their elongated shape and thin walls make them ideal for stuffing, grilling, or adding a mild kick to salsas and sauces.

When planting from seed, ensure a warm and consistent temperature of around 70-85°F (21-29°C) for successful germination. Begin sowing seeds indoors approximately 8-10 weeks before the last expected frost date. Once the seedlings have developed and the risk of frost has passed, transplant them into well-draining soil with full sun exposure. Adequate spacing of about 18-24 inches between plants allows ample room for growth.

Overall, the Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper stands as a culinary favorite for its mild heat, versatility in cooking, and ease of cultivation, making it an excellent choice for both novice and seasoned gardeners.

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Quantity Discounts for Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper Seeds
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Buy 25 for $3.29 each
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Description

The Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper, developed by the New Mexico State University, originates from Anaheim, California. This cultivar belongs to the Capsicum annuum species and is renowned for its mild heat and versatility in various culinary dishes.

There aren't distinct subspecies within the Anaheim College 64 variety. The plant itself exhibits a robust growth habit, reaching a height of around 24-30 inches. Its lush green foliage forms a dense canopy, providing a vibrant addition to gardens or containers.

The peppers of the Anaheim College 64 start as vibrant green pods, elongating to roughly 6-8 inches in length. As they mature, they transition to a bright red hue. Known for their mild heat, these peppers offer a subtle spiciness, scoring around 500-2,500 on the Scoville Heat Scale. Their elongated shape and thin walls make them ideal for stuffing, grilling, or adding a mild kick to salsas and sauces.

When planting from seed, ensure a warm and consistent temperature of around 70-85°F (21-29°C) for successful germination. Begin sowing seeds indoors approximately 8-10 weeks before the last expected frost date. Once the seedlings have developed and the risk of frost has passed, transplant them into well-draining soil with full sun exposure. Adequate spacing of about 18-24 inches between plants allows ample room for growth.

Overall, the Anaheim College 64 Hot Pepper stands as a culinary favorite for its mild heat, versatility in cooking, and ease of cultivation, making it an excellent choice for both novice and seasoned gardeners.

Shipping Information

Ships from Northern CA.

Shipping Weight: 0.01 lb

Dimensions: 0.1"L x 3.25"W x 4.5"H

Features

  • Container Compatible
  • Heirloom
  • Open-Pollinated

Characteristics

Growth Habit : Bush
Life Cycle : Tender Annual
Plant Family : Solanaceae (Nightshades)
Planting Time : Summer
Seed Unit Sizes : Seed Pack
Starting Location : Start Indoors & Transplant
Sun Requirements : Full Sun

Planting & Care

Soil & Water: Peppers require deeply-worked, well-drained soil with plenty of added organic matter and a pH of 6.0-6.8. Water deeply, but don't over water.

Planting & Growing: Start seeds indoors 8 weeks before the last frost. Direct seeding is not recommended. Stake to keep fruit off the ground and mulch for disease and weed control.

Harvesting & Storage: Harvest the first fruits early to encourage continued production through the season. Cut (don't pull) the fruit from the stems.

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