A favorite pepper in Mexican cuisine, Poblano is often used as a stuffing pepper for dishes like chili relleno. When dried it is known as Ancho and used to make mole and other traditional sauces. The flavor is moderately spicy. Poblano ranges in color from shiny green to reddish brown and hangs in pendants from upright branches on 36" tall plants. 65 days. Approximately 2,680 seeds/oz.
25 seeds per packet.