Data specific to Peppers (Edit)
||3.5" to 4"
|Fruit Width at Shoulders:
|Fruit Ripening Color Sequence:
||Green to Red
General Plant Information (Edit)
Late spring or early summer
Late summer or early fall
Late fall or early winter
Suitable as Annual
Posted by kittriana
(Magnolia, Tx - Zone 9a) on Jun 17, 2020 11:56 AM concerning plant:
Mine was a Bonnie Plants set, planted Feb 22, blooms by April 12th, prolific producer for me. Flavor is NOT a sweet pepper, distinctive jalapeno flavor with no heat at all. By June 15th plant is 60" high, 30" wide, zone 9a. Plant is a hybrid.
Posted by farmerdill
(Augusta Georgia - Zone 8a) on Jul 11, 2016 9:10 AM concerning plant:
A new introduction in the heatless jalapeno group. I picked up a plant out of curiosity. Grows like a jalepeno. looks like a jalapeno, just no heat at all. Only one plant, and I did not have Felicity, Fooled You, or False Alarm for comparison, so I can make no judgment as to its relative merits in this class. Performance is average compared to standard Jalapeno.
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