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Anaheim Hot Pepper
'Anaheim' hot peppers.
Anaheim Hot Pepper
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80 days — The plants are tall, upright, bushy, and long bearing. The pods reach from six to eight inches long by one inches long, are tapered, have medium thick walls, and are a deep green color, turning to red at maturity. The are nicely pungent only reaching the 500 to 1,000 Scoville Units range.

They can be enjoyed fresh, canned or dried. An excellent choice for milder salsas and to add a touch of heat to your favorite recipe. Each packet contains 0.25 gram, which is approximately 30 seeds.
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Very Mild
I grew these indoors 2013. They had a good germination rate. I put out 4 of these plants and they grew about 3 ft. tall. They produced a good amount of peppers per plant but not as prolific as some of my other peppers. I picked them when they turned reddish. All my peppers were about 7 inches long and they have a good taste and texture. They are mildly hot. Too mild to use for what I grew them for but I used them in some salsas for added flavor. If your looking for very mild hot pepper this is the one.
Reviewed by: rosemary kelley from Southern Illinois. on 1/3/2014
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