This specific variety of pepper is well known for being use in Chili rellenos. Pablano peppers are also great in salsa, sauces, dried or fresh, with their great flavor and mild spice they can be paired with just about anything.
How to Grow Poblano Peppers
- Latin Name: Capsicum annuum
- Days to Maturity: 67-75
- Hardiness Zone: 7-10
- Soil: Moist, warm
- Temperature: Warmer
- Light Preference: Partial sun and partial shade
- Depth: 1/4"
- Plant Space: 18-24"
- Row Spacing: 24-36"
- Pests/disease: Cutworms and leaf spots
- Seed Count:
- 1 oz- Approximately 4,600 Seeds
- 4 oz- Approximately 18,400 Seeds
- 1 lb- Approximately 73,600 Seeds
It is important to note that pepper seeds germinate slower in cooler soil, as well as they do not like to grow in to warm of temperatures, these are both important items to think about when planning on when to sow. The best time of year to plant these peppers is early March but anytime during the spring season is optimal planting time. The fruits that are produced from this plant are very large. They are ready to pick once they turn dark green with a reddish brown tint.