Pepper Poblano Unity Grown
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Known as Poblanos when fresh and Anchos when dried, this chili is versatile and smoky! With only a very mild spice of 1,000-2,000 Scoville units, this pepper is extremely common in a variety of Mexican dishes, including stuffed chile relleno and mole, where it's the star of the show.
The Ancho Gigantea variety of poblano typically matures enough to begin harvesting the dark green version around 70 days after transplanting into the garden, but allow up to 95 days to harvest the dark red mature form.
Relatively compact among peppers, poblano plants only grow to around 2' tall with fruits averaging 5-7" in length.
Plants are available in 4" pots the week of 4/29.
(Photo courtesy of Thresh Seed)