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Types of Jalapenos

Billy Biker Jalapeño
Billy Biker Jalapeño

Pepper, Hot, Biker Billy Hybrid is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 50. Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolyn Seiver from Consistent and prolific I have been planting Biker Billy jalapenos for three years and have been happy with the results.

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Black Jalapeño
Black Jalapeño

Jalapenos (Capsicum annuum) may be grown as tender annuals in cooler climates, but they will last as perennials in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through 11. Normally, jalapeno peppers grow green and ripen to red, but if they turn black on the plant, you likely have a serious ...

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Jalaro Jalapeño
Jalaro Jalapeño

Jalaro Jalapeño The Jalaro Jalapeño just explodes with so much color that you can grow it for the chillies or use it as an ornamental feature. This mild Jalapeño variety begins as a golden yellow, changes to orange and then ends up red.

Mucho Nacho Jalapeño
Mucho Nacho Jalapeño

This jalapeño is fatter and longer than the standard jalapeño — and hotter, too! Vigorous plants yield lots of hot peppers that ripen to red when fully mature. Use some green and leave some to ripen for a pretty addition to your favorite spicy dishes.

NuMex Pinata Jalapeño
NuMex Pinata Jalapeño

Hi Pam, My NMSU Pinata seed is from 2008. I've grown it a couple of times. It does produce Jal's in the colors advertised but they are smaller (read: regular sized Jals to us older folks) than the monsters grown today

Purple Jalapeño Pepper
Purple Jalapeño Pepper

How hot is the purple jalapeño? It shares the same exact Scoville heat range as the typical jalapeño pepper, 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville heat units. The average purple jalapeño, though, sits a little hotter in that range because of when its harvested.

TAM Jalapeño
TAM Jalapeño

Jalapeño jelly, which is a pepper jelly, can be prepared using jelling methods. Jalapeño peppers are often muddled and served in mixed drinks. Jalapeño poppers are an appetizer; jalapeños are stuffed with cheese, usually cheddar or cream cheese, breaded or wrapped in bacon, and cooked.

Yellow Jalapeno Pepper (Jaloro)
Yellow Jalapeno Pepper (Jaloro)

The Jaloro pepper was the first yellow jalapeño pepper created by the Texas Agriculture Extension Service in 1992. The fruit starts off a pale yellow, turns orange and finally red. It can be used at any stage of its maturation, but is commonly used and sold while yellow.

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