What are the pros? disease free, delicious
What are the cons? late fruit are smaller
We are market growers and require varieties that are productive, reliable and marketable in addition to tasting terrific. When all else fails, this variety will produce peppers. A couple years ago we used some cow manure compost that was contaminated with herbicides, it was a disaster, but this was the only pepper that successfully produced fruit before we turned the whole plot under. Unlike every bell pepper I have ever grown, they reliably ripen blemish free. Compact plants do well without support. Keep producing throughout our hot summers. Thick walled flesh, wonderful sweet taste. Good green pepper as well. Highly marketable. Early fruit set close to the center and can occasionally be difficult to harvest without damaging stems. The fruit do get progressively smaller over time.
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