Aleppo Pepper 10+ Seeds $7.99
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One of the rarest Peppers on earth! The Aleppo or Halaby pepper has heat just above a Jalapeno but a flavor thats indescribable!
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Aleppo-(Capsicum annuum)-The Aleppo is a rare chile from the region of Northern Syria and Southern Turkey. Also called the Halaby pepper. There are a few peppers named Aleppo one is a Cayenne type. This is the more rare Pimento type also known as Aleppo 36. My seeds were obtained from an Italian Horticulturist and researcher who got his seeds many years ago. We have grown this variety out two cycles in 2013 to strengthen the purity of the variety before selling seeds. The Aleppo pepper is named after the famous city of Aleppo that is on the famous silk road it ran from North Africa though Arabia, Persia, Turkey and China. Aleppo peppers have a sweet taste with a nice kick of heat on the back end. In the markets in Istanbul the Aleppo powders are sold for twice the amount of other similar peppers. Chefs agree it is hard to find real pure Aleppo powder. In my opinion they are one of the most delicious peppers on earth.
|Other Names:||Syrian Aleppo, Halaby pepper, Aleppo 36|
|Flowers:||Aleppo pepper has white flowers|
|Foliage:||Aleppo pepper plants have green foilage|
|Fruit:||Aleppo peppers ripen to red color fruit.|
|Lifecycle:||2 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Height:||Aleppo Pepper plants can get over 3 feet tall.|
|Diameter:||Aleppo pepper has 2 feet diameter spread|
|USDA Zones:||3 to 11|
|Soil:||Aleppo pepper plants need well drained soil.|
|Propagation / Germination:||Aleppo seeds germinate in 7 to 14 days.|
|Spacing:||Aleppo requires 2 foot spacing.|
|Sun:||Aleppo pepper plants need full sun.|
|Water:||Water Aleppo plants as needed.|
|Pests and Diseases:||Aleppo has no known diseases|
I try to grow all plants organically or hydroponically whenever possible. I do not use chemical pesticides and prefer organic pest control and the use of predatory insects.