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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow and good yield.
What are the cons? none
Omg! This pepper has it all. Every pepper I planted grew and all of my plants have lots of peppers, but most importantly of all these peppers taste great. They have a sweet apple like flavor with no bitterness whatsoever! The only thing I can complain about is that I can't wait until I get more ripe fruit!
Also where I live it gets very hot but so far these peppers are doing great.
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7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavorful & Productive
What are the cons? None
Last year (2016), I planted a bunch of seeds for Jimmy Nardello sweet peppers. Germination was 100%, so it ended up that were some excess plants to share. My mother accepted 2 of the plants. Mom has now passed, but in going through her things...I found that she saved seeds from the Jimmy Nardello peppers. The notes she included with the seeds said that the plants were productive and the peppers were flavorful -- adding a nice flavor profile to her spaghetti sauce.
My review echoes that of my mother. The plants performed well in Olympia, WA. They were productive and the peppers tasted good in salads, stir-fry, and spaghetti sauce.
9 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very easy pepper to grow
This plant is our "Goto" pepper each year. Very easy to grow and each plant produced 50 peppers. We have moved them indoors for the winter and their still producing peppers.
Our kids pick them right off the plant and actually have a hard time waiting for them to ripen.
All around great plant to have in the garden.
12 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very Productive and tasty
This is my favorite sweet pepper and I will be growing it every year. It is very sweet with a rich pepper flavor when eaten fresh and it is equally delicious cooked in any way. It is also very productive and very ornamental. I have not tried it yet but I am betting it would be phenomenal dried and used as paprika powder as another poster suggested.
What are the pros? Great tasting, lots of peppers
First year growing these and it won't be the last. Peppers are delicious. All seeds germinated. I started indoors in March and transplanted after last frost. Lots of peppers.