Capsicum annuum is a species of the plant genus Capsicum native to southern North America, the Caribbean, and northern South America. This species is the most common and extensively cultivated of the five domesticated capsicums. The species encompasses a wide variety of shapes and sizes of peppers, both mild and hot, such as bell peppers, jalapeños, New Mexico chile, and cayenne peppers. Cultivars descended from the wild American bird pepper are still found in warmer regions of the Americas.
Capsicum annuum TBD, Hot Jalapeno Pepper
Height: 2-3'. Milder cone-shaped green fruit, smoked for chipotles. Prefers sun. Deer resistant.