Anaheim Chili Heirloom Hot Pepper Seeds

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Anaheim Chili Heirloom Hot Pepper Seeds

Also known as the California Green Chili. Perfect for making sauces and salsas. A main ingredient in many Mexican recipes!

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This heirloom is said to have first been planted in Anaheim California in the early 1900's by a farmer named Emilio Ortega. Since then, its popularity has continued to grow throughout the United States. It is very popular throughout the United States for is mild, yet spicy flavor. Perfect in salsas and sauces, it is often one of the main ingredients in Mexican cuisine. But, these peppers are also great stuffed, roasted, or added to soups and casseroles. They can be used fresh, frozen, or canned. Plants are good producers of large, meaty fruits that average 6-8 inches long and 2 inches wide at the shoulder. The plants produce regularly until frost and late season harvests are easy to dry and use in cooking later. Fruits can be eaten green but also taste good after they turn a brilliant red at maturity.

85 days from transplant to maturity

Detailed planting instructions are included with each purchase!

I always add a few extra seeds in each packet in case I count wrong.


Lifecycle:1    (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)
Container Planting:no

Cultural Requirements:

Propagation / Germination:I guarantee these seeds to have at least an 80% germination rate when grown in accordance to instructions that are enclosed with the seeds. My exact tests for this variety showed around 94% germination.

All of the seeds we sell have been home grown on our family farm. Seeds are only harvested from the best plants and varieties are either field isolated, caged, or hand pollinated depending on vegetable type to prevent cross pollination. Tomato seeds are processed using fermentation to insure healthy, viable seeds. Our seeds are hand counted and packaged in labeled paper seed envelopes. For more information about the products we grow and sell, visit our website!

Shipping for seed packets is $1.10 for the first packet and $0.10 for each additional seed packet purchased.