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Chile ancho, poblano pepper (Capsicum anuum)

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Item number
CAP09
Seed quantity:
10 Pcs.
Botanical name:
Capsicum annuum
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Description

The chile ancho or poblano pepper is a mild, about 10 cm long and 7 cm wide chili cultivar with only very slight heat but a lot of taste. In Mexico, ancho pepper is greatly appreciated as dried chili for its sweet flavor. Dried fruits take on a dark
violet color. As a fresh vegetable the poblano Chili pepper is often enjoyed stuffed.

Package with 10 Mexican chile ancho, poblano chili pepper seeds

Growing instructions

Ancho pepper plants can be kept as annual plants outdoors or as perennial pot plants. We recommend overwintering the plants indoors and keeping them as perennials - in the second year, you can expect a bountiful chili harvest. Press the seeds in your starter soil and keep them warm at all times (approximately 24 °C). Chili seeds need plenty of heat for germination - a heated propagator is very helpful. Grows well indoors. Likes sunny places and nutritious soil. Chili peppers are very nutrient-loving and enjoy vigorous nitrogen fertilization.

Cultivation and sowing: How to grow chile peppers from seed

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Solanaceae
Plant height approx.:
100 cm
Root system :
Heart type roots
Flower colour:
White
Flowering period :
August, July, June, September
Location:
Sun
Water requirements:
High
Lifecycle :
Perennial
Winter hardy up to:
5 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
April, February, January, March
Sowing depth:
1 – 2 cm
Best germination temperature :
25 – 28 °C
Planting distance approx.:
40 x 40 cm
Main harvest:
August, October, September

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Celery, Cucumbers, Peas, Potatoes, Tomatoes
Good intercropping partners:
Beans, Garlic, Lettuce, Marigold, Nasturtium

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