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91.7% would recommend this item to a friend.
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What are the pros? disease resistance
What are the cons? none
These are easy and quick to take off IF you use heat to germinate. These sprouted in under a week with heat and cover, without it, they take 3-4 weeks! This is the first successful sweet pepper I've ever grown. They yield much higher than a bell pepper, and without the dread of blossom end rot. Highly recommend if you haven't had luck with bells or are a beginner. The peppers continue coming back after picking all summer up until frost. I live in zone 4-5 and start these in March up to April, transplanting the first week of June.
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What are the pros? Easy to grow
What are the cons? Nothing
Easy to grow, tasty and beautiful pepper. Will grow again.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? hardy/productive
In Stafford Ct. it is cold and damp near a swamp but this plant did rather well,slow to get stated but once its going it has a continous harvest almost till frost
7 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavor
What are the cons? None
Fantastic tasting pepper and it produced well for us in our square foot garden. We also started it indoors on a heating mat and had no problem with germination. I roasted them, then cut them up and canned them to use in pimento cheese. I will be planting many more this year!
12 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Size and flavor
What are the cons? NOPE
I love the size of these peppers. Some are snack size, while others get a little larger. It's like the deliciousness of the red bell but in a smaller pepper. Quicker to ripen up too. I have eaten them raw, grilled them stuffed, roasted and canned them. I grow 4 plants every year and they can all fit in one whisky barrel or one garden row (4'). Compact plants with high yields. I start them indoors in February, even on the seedling heat mat with a growlight they are slow growers. But once they transplant (and they transplant well) and the heat turns up, they grow very quickly.