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What are the pros? Sweet and nutty, large plamts
What are the cons? None
Incredible little gems. Had a bit of a dry spell, plants held their own. It's October in Vermont and I am still harvesting Kamo!
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7 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Amazing flavor, takes abuse!
Despite being subject to plant abuse, I still got many fruits; when grilled, they had what I can only call a sweet ethereal taste. They were seeded 4/30, sprouted 5/7, but then sat patiently in their market pack cells until 7/2 (!) when I could finally get them in the ground. Once planted, they sat for a week or two, but then took off and grew into beautiful lush plants with purple stems, flowers, and purple tinged leaves--suitable for the front border. And we ate the first one 8/20, only a month and a half later! After only one season, Kamo is now one of my few "every year keepers." Can't wait until next year to see what they can do when treated properly!
20 out of 20 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Esp Great Grilling & Pickling
What are the cons? Moderate Yields
I've grown 'Kamo' for a number of yrs here on the Florida Panhandle. Our Heat and Humidity doesn't phase it. Usually the 1st of my Japanese-type EP's to fruit. Mulch well though. It HATES drying out!