What are the pros? Easy to grow, very prolific
What are the cons? A bit bland
We tried these seeds mainly for the novel color of the peppers. The seeds were fairly easy to start, and the plants proved to be quite hardy and prolific. Once they matured, they were among the largest pepper plants in our garden.
To my taste the peppers are a bit bland compared to other bell peppers, but their flavor is best when you let the fruits get fully ripe. We test them by feel as well as by color. Some will turn a deep purple, but occasionally some fruits will turn red or some combination of colors between purple and red. (Don't know whether this could be caused by cross pollination with other peppers in our garden.) They fruits also vary in size, even when ripe. The larger ones are about the size of my fist, but smaller ones are maybe half that diameter. I think they cook up well in stir-fried vegetables. We'll grow them again next year.
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