What are the pros? VERY HOT and great flavor
What are the cons? Hard to grow
Ok, so these are particularly hard to grow peppers. The first year, none of the plants produced. All the plants we kept in the green house and outside, died. We kept one indoors and that one lived. We placed it in the greenhouse in year 2 in early-mid spring and then planted outside once we knew the last frost came. It produced about 20 peppers of sizes ranging from 1.5-3 inches. Taking care to taste and separate a few, I found some were much like a jalape?o, a couple similar to a tobacco, and one with virtually no heat. I am assuming that those were ones that cross pollinated with other peppers we had growing. Having said that, I had a couple that were warm for about 2 seconds and then sent me running for some milk and crackers coughing all the way (Holy crap hot). So, I will be saving THOSE seeds as I believe them to be a true datil.
It might have taken 2 years to grow because we live in the Pacific North West which is not known for hot climates or humidity. This is just my opinion
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