Here is the Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper, also known as the  Potato Skin Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 8,000 SHU. The Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper originates from the USA and was found in a farmers market by a man named John Fiedler in the state of Main USA. This pepper has a heavy corking or potato skin and is quite strange looking with a good heat value. They tend to be a little larger then the store variety jalapeno. This pepper is considered to be very rare and very uncommon in the market place. Plants get to 3 feet tall and bushy. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. Open pollinated, 80 days.
Here is the Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper, also known as the  Potato Skin Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 8,000 SHU. The Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper originates from the USA and was found in a farmers market by a man named John Fiedler in the state of Main USA. This pepper has a heavy corking or potato skin and is quite strange looking with a good heat value. They tend to be a little larger then the store variety jalapeno. This pepper is considered to be very rare and very uncommon in the market place. Plants get to 3 feet tall and bushy. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. Open pollinated, 80 days.
Here is the Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper, also known as the  Potato Skin Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 8,000 SHU. The Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper originates from the USA and was found in a farmers market by a man named John Fiedler in the state of Main USA. This pepper has a heavy corking or potato skin and is quite strange looking with a good heat value. They tend to be a little larger then the store variety jalapeno. This pepper is considered to be very rare and very uncommon in the market place. Plants get to 3 feet tall and bushy. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. Open pollinated, 80 days.

Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper

Capsicum annuum

Here is the Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper, also known as the  Potato Skin Pepper, Capsicum annuum, Scoville units: 8,000 SHU. The Farmers Market Jalapeno Pepper originates from the USA and was found in a farmers market by a man named John Fiedler in the state of Main USA. This pepper has a heavy corking or potato skin and is quite strange looking with a good heat value. They tend to be a little larger then the store variety jalapeno. This pepper is considered to be very rare and very uncommon in the market place. Plants get to 3 feet tall and bushy. One plant can produce dozens of peppers. Open pollinated, 80 days.

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