Compared to a Jalapeno at 5k Scoville Heat Units
Anaheim: Very Mild - 1k Scoville Heat Units
Sandy loam is the type of soil Anaheim peppers should be grown in 2 feet apart from each other. Named after the city in southern California, Anaheim is considered a mild tasting pepper. Anaheim plants grows about a foot and a half tall. It's Best to start seedlings 45 days indoors before last frost date in 1/8 to 1/4 inche of loose soil. PH should be natural or between 7.0-8.5 in a fully sunlit area. Scoville units involving Anaheim peppers varies, depended on the quality of the soil it is planted in and the sunlight it receives, which would be between 500 and 2,500. Anaheim pepper plants can produce long sweet peppers, nearly any height. Plenty of sun and water keep these pepper plants happy.