Skip

Serrano Pepper Capsicum annuum

How to sow serrano pepper: Direct seed indoors, transplant seedlings outside after hardening off

Sun requirement for serrano pepper: Plant in Full Sun

Serrano Pepper has been planted 1 time by Growstuff members.

Serrano peppers are a type of chili pepper native to Mexico. They have a bright, biting flavor and are spicier than jalapenos with a Scoville rating of 10,000 to 25,000. They are often eaten raw, or used in pico de gallo, salsa, and soups. A plant can produce up to 50 peppers 3-8cm long. Like many other peppers, Serranos can be harvested when they are green and unripe, or red and ripe.

photo of crop

Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Height

75cm

Spread

75cm

Row Spacing

45cm

Photos

Serrano pepper crops

more photos ยป

Sunniness

Loading...

Planted from

Loading...

Harvested for

Loading...

Varieties

Crop Map

Only plantings by members who have set their locations are shown on this map.

What people are saying about serrano peppers

Nobody has posted about serrano peppers yet.

Sign in or sign up to post your tips and experiences growing serrano peppers.

How to grow serrano peppers


serrano pepper is a variety of chili pepper

Scientific names

Capsicum annuum

Alternate names

See who's planted serrano peppers

Serrano pepper harvests

Nobody has harvested this crop yet.

Find serrano pepper seeds

There are no seeds available to trade on Growstuff right now.