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84.2% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful plant big production
What are the cons? slow to start
It was worth the wait, germination was incredibly slow (probably my bad here with not enough heat in my environment), but they've grown into beautiful plants, now loaded with beautiful green pods waiting to turn to chocolate. Can't wait to try them. For people trying those up here in Canada, you may want to start the seeds as soon as early february to get a vigorous plant by the time of transplant.
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What are the pros? They did incredible this year
What are the cons? Sometimes hard to germinate
I totally recommend growing this type. In the past I've always had trouble with these but it been worth the wait. My 4 plants are full of peppers.
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Won first prize
What are the cons? No complaints
I am a pepper head. I love to raise them, eat them, dry them and share them with my hot head friends. This was a "shot in the dark" for me as I had never raised any unusual or heirloom plants from seeds.
I planted them too early on my sun porch (having cabin fever), but despite having developed into plants at least a month before our last frost, I was forced to turn my home into a greenhouse. I must say, EVERY seed came up and flourished after being set outside in the garden. I ran cotton clothesline over the small plants wondering if they would ever reach it for support. Within a month, the plants were all over a foot tall, and by the time the peppers started turning brown, the plants exceeded two feet. Not only did they out produce some of my other varieties, they won first place at the 5 county fair for best in show. I have shared dried & powdered Choc habs to friends all over the country. Plant them. You will not be disappointed.
1 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Attractive plant; fun to grow
What are the cons? slow maturity; no fruit
These are pretty cool plants. I studied up on them a lot before I got the seeds. So, I know my experience isn't everyone's, and they are supposed to taste pretty awesome.
I started these indoors super early. Unfortunately, not early enough, and I crowded the plants (so that probably delayed the maturity, too).
I planted them outdoors, probably with too much potassium and calcium and not enough phosphorus and nitrogen (and probably not enough magnesium either). I did give them basalt rockdust, worm castings, rock phosphate, potassium sulfate and maybe other stuff at planting time, however.
Anyway, they grew leaves super slowly, and they didn't flower. So, I think they needed a lot more nitrogen (for growth), and phosphorus (for maturity and flowering). They had plenty of potassium and calcium (probably too much).
It was a really hot year, too. So, that may have had something to do with it. The soil was clay-loam.
3 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavor
What are the cons? none
This is our second year growing this pepper. It now has a permanent spot in our garden. Great habanero flavor, and great producing plants.