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6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? never ever had better peppers
What are the cons? not a one
You will have to steak these plants else they will fall over learned that the hard way in 2015 -- will be ready this year
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10 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? TASTE, USES
What are the cons? NONE
TRY ROASTING THESE PEPPERS...ON A GRILL, OUTSIDE ...WHEN PEPPER IS ROASTED, TAKE OFF GRILL AND PUT IN A LARGE POT OF COLD WATER..WHEN YOU'RE FINISHED WITH ALL PEPPER ROASTING...TAKE EACH PEPPER, REMOVE THE SKINS, SEEDS, CORE, AND LAY OUT ON A COOKIE SHEET...PLACE IN FREEZER..WHEN FROZEN, REMOVE WITH SPATULA, PLACE IN FREEZER BAGS, PLACE IN FREEZER FOR WINTER USE!! ROASTED PEPPERS ARE FANTASTIC FOR PIZZAS, SALADS, SANDWICHES, SOUPS, ETC.!!
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? WAY ABOVE PAR FOR THE COURSE!!
What are the cons? NOTHING AT ALL!!
THIS PEPPER PRODUCES WELL AND TASTES WONDERFUL. THE STURDY PLANTS ARE NOT HUGE. THEY TOP OUT AT ABOUT 3-4 FEET TALL. SEED QUALITY WAS EXCELLENT AS ALWAYS FROM BAKER CREEK. IF YOU LIKE FAJITAS WITH GRILLED STRIPS OF BELL PEPPERS AND ONIONS - THIS IS THE PEPPER FOR YOU!! THEY ALSO FREEZE WELL TOO.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? long season
What are the cons? not a great producer for me
planted in spring. now 12/13, and I still am picking peppers. dense pepper, with good flavor.
11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? So tasty!
What are the cons? Took a while to ripen
Even though the description says "good variety for the south", AND even though many folks online advise against growing bell peppers in containers, this variety came through and produced many delicious peppers. The taste was so much sweeter than store-bought bell peppers! Green or red, these peppers had a sharp, sweet taste. They also ripened unevenly to produce some staggeringly beautiful peppers. Some of the peppers ended up being a bit small, but I surmise that that's only because of the limited room they had to grow in the containers. Like all peppers, they took a while to set fruit and ripen. But once this pepper plant got going, it wouldn't stop!