Grove Pepper Seeds
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These hot little peppers grow wild in the Florida orange groves. Very easy to grow and maintain. One of our favorite peppers.
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(Capsicum Annum Pequin)
Wild Grove Pepper Seeds. These hot little peppers grow wild in the Florida orange groves. The producing plant is very prolific. Peppers grow upright, are hot, and turn from green, yellow, to orange, to red when mature. A very tasty pepper. It is one of our favorites here. Great for seasoning for chili, pickling, salsa, and making your own sauces, including pepper sauce. Since we have grown these, we have had no pest, or disease issues at all. It is the easiest plant to maintain that we grow. Grove Pepper are similar in heat to the tobasco pepper, with a heat index of 70,000 Scoville units. Days to Maturity: 100 Days. Height: 4-6 ft. Soil ph of 7.0 to 8.5 . 90% Germination Rate.
|Other Names:||Rooster Spur|
|Fruit:||Small pepper that grows upright.|
|Lifecycle:||2 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|USDA Zones:||8 to 11|
|Soil:||7.0-8.5 Soil PH|
|Propagation / Germination:||10-14 days Germination. 85 % Germination Rate.|
|Pests and Diseases:||We have had no pest or disease problems with this plants.|
Southern J Ranch takes great pride in being 3rd generation Floridians. We grow what we sell. In 2010, we decided to grow a few rare varieties of tomato and hot peppers, and offer these seeds for sell to the public. Since these were a big hit locally, we thought we would offer them to the online community.