Pumpkin Spice Jalapeno Seeds

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NuMex Pumpkin Spice Jalapeno Pepper Seeds (10 count)

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NuMex Pumpkin Spice Jalapeno-(Capsicum annuum)-This is the darker Orange Jalapeno created by a breeding project that started in 1995 at New Mexico State University at the Chile Pepper Institute. They also created two others in this project named Lemon and Orange Spice. The original crossing was done with the Permagreen Bell pepper and the Early Jalapeno. The Chile Pepper Institute has always been successful of producing peppers with new colors. Now there are many other colored Jalapeno variants in the World but they do not retain that color to the ending ripening stages. These stay the color till the end which makes them unique. From a Culinary perspective they each have more fruitiness than the regular Jalapeno. And each one tastes different. The NuMex Pumpkin Spice has a good Jalapeno heat level. They are very productive and best flavor is when fully ripened to very light Orange. The NuMex Pumpkin Spice Jalapeno Chile Plants grow about 2 feet tall.

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NuMex Spice Jalapeño Peppers

There were 3 Jalapeno varieties created by a breeding project that started in 1995 at New Mexico State University at the Chile Pepper Institute. They created NuMex Orange, Pumpkin Spice, and Lemon Spice varieties of Jalapeno. The original crossing was done with the Permagreen Bell pepper and the Early Jalapeno. The Chile Pepper Institute has always been successful of producing peppers with new colors. Now there are many other colored Jalapeno variants in the World but they do not retain that color to the ending ripening stages. These stay the color till the end which makes them unique.

From a Culinary perspective they each have more fruitiness than the regular Jalapeno. And each one tastes different. The NuMex Spice Jalapeno varaties all have a good Jalapeno heat level. They are very productive and best flavor is when fully ripened to Yellow. The NuMex Spice Jalapeno Chile Plants grow about 2 feet tall.

At Refining Fire Chiles we isolate our seed production plants to avoid cross-pollination with other chile species. If you want to grow your own chiles, you can purchase seeds right here, or full plants (April-July) and have fresh chiles by September.

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