Growing Jalapenos Indoors: A Step-by-Step Guide
Are you tired of bland meals and boring garden plants? Look no further than the trusty jalapeño pepper!
Not only do these little powerhouses pack a punch of flavor, but they also make for a beautiful addition to any garden.
These Capsicum annum plants and member of the nightshade family are easy to grow and maintain, bearing fruit for over five years.
Whether you’re whipping up some salsa, grilling for a BBQ, or just want to add a little heat to your sandwich, jalapeño peppers are the perfect choice. They always seem to find there way in my smoker with some cream cheese and bacon wrapped for some kick.
Don’t let their relatively low Scoville rating fool you – they may not be as scorching as the Carolina Reaper (with over two million), but they’re sure to bring some fire to your taste buds and your garden.
Like bell peppers, jalapenos are perennial plants that can keep growing and fruiting.
Are you ready to learn how to grow these jalapeño plants indoors?