What are the pros? Prolific, pretty, easy to grow
What are the cons? Little flavor, too much prep
My experience was similar to reviewer Sasha's. These were pretty and produced earlier than the full-sized peppers, but I didn't love the flavor, and there was too little edible flesh for the work you have to do to prep them. They might be fun for a child to grow, though--they require no work at all, and no support, because the fruits are so light, and their color is stunning.
The mini-bells' space in this summer's garden will be given to the beautiful and delicious Quadrato D'Asti Rosso peppers instead. We eat those out of hand like apples!
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