Anaheim peppers are mildly hot (less spicy than a jalapeño), 16cm (6:) long, thick fleshed fruits that are perfect for grilling or roasting. The fruits grow on bushy plants 45-60 cm (18-24") tall and are heavy producers in hot summers.


Peppers need additional time to mature before they will bloom and set fruit. Start indoors mid-March to early April under bright lights and transplant when nighttime temperatures remain above 12°C. Seeds should germinate in 10-21 days if soils can be kept between 25-35°C.

  • Heirloom
  • Space plants 30-60cm apart
  • Pinch back growing tips to encourage leaf production
  • Matures in 70-90 days (from transplant)
  • 100-500 Scoville Heat Units (SHUs)