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88.2% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything about them
What are the cons? nothing
I've grown these peppers several times, and they are a favorite! The plants are compact, healthy, and loaded with leaves to protect the peppers from sun as they mature. And you will get a great bumper crop of these little beauties, as Purple Beauty is a heavy yielding variety.
One thing I have discovered which the catalog descriptions never mention, is that you really wouldn't harvest and eat them in the purple stage, because they aren't really mature until they fully ripen to red. In the purple stage, I have tried to slice them into salads, and they are pretty thin and bland at that point. Just wait a few more weeks until the peppers have a chance to turn red, and you will be rewarded with thick-walled, sweet peppers that you will be proud to show off in your favorite dishes!
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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful
What are the cons? Wanted a tiny bit more flavor
Loved it! Just wanted a tiny bit more flavor.
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, high production
What are the cons? none
This was my favorite plant in the garden this year. I got HUGE yields off of each plant- at least 10 nice sized, thick-walled peppers off of each plant. I couldn't believe how meaty they were. They produced and then produced some more.
What are the pros? Beautiful and great flavor
What are the cons? None
Even though I neglected these peppers they still produced. They are a beautiful dark purple, almost black and the inside is a bright green. They look beautiful in pepper jelly or in a salad. It is January now and they are still putting out small peppers even though I am not even watering them!
Will plant again.
What are the pros? High yield
Grew two of these in my small garden and this was the first to produce out of 5 varieties. Beautiful plant, beautiful peppers. Tasty.