Vegetables: Peppers (Chili), Ancho/Poblano Trident - Capsicum Annuum
Spear yourself a winner with the three prongs of beauty, flavor, and productivity. These big relatively mild hot peppers have a perfect balance of heat and sweet rich flavor in their thick flesh and ribs. Known as Poblanos when green and Anchos when dried, they are used for roasting, stuffing, making chili powder and sauces, especially the classic mole. Large uniform glossy very dark green 3-lobed elongated fruit (3½–5" long x 3" wide) with a recessed stem will mature to a deep brick red. Extremely productive, the fruits maintain their size over multiple pickings. Tall plants may require staking. Approx. 1,500 Scoville units. Resists TMV.
Days to Maturity: 64 days green, 80 days red