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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Ease to grow, high yield, good
What are the cons? none!
These plants are great! I ordered the seeds in late March and started them indoors under my makeshift grow lights (two fluorescent tubes and a lamp!) I moved them outside into the shade when temperatures came up to allow them to adjust, and after a week of that, moved them into the sun, where they took off! Since I used a ten inch pot, they did not grow over three feet. Now, flowers are sprouting out everywhere and many are becoming peppers! They are insanely hot, but do taste very good when used properly. I will be growing them next year!
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4 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow.
What are the cons? None so far.
This is my first season growing these, and all I can say so far is Wow! I was expecting 3 out of 10 on germination, and got 12 out of 12! I planted 12 seeds and have 12 seedlings now. I do have really good luck with peppers, and did nothing extra special to get then to start. Looking forward to getting them in the ground soon. The soil where I live hadn't been used for anything in literally hundreds of years, so it is naturally composted very heavily.
2 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? None
What are the cons? None
Planted early in the year, fed and watered it. Placed it in full sun, then shade cause the FL sun was stressing it out. Took care of this plant and has yet to produce anything. Its just now starting to flower...in the fall. I'll keep over the winter and hope it does better next year.
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? True to its reputation
What are the cons? Slow fruiting
This pepper germinated fine for me and is a lovely tall plant. It was slow to set fruit and is only yielding 7 or 8 at a time, but a few go a long way. We may have crowded it out a bit and will not do that next year. We intended to grow it for pepper spray, but ended up loving the flavor. This is a delicious pepper if you use it in moderation. For canned salsa which yields approximately 48 ounces, we are using four of the scorpions and a dozen or so Lemon Drop or Ring of Fire peppers. It makes a super delicious salsa or hot sauce. I am not sure it is meant to be eaten raw, unless you like your tongue to be numbed out.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Nice height & fast growing
What are the cons? Very slow producing fruits
Germination was fast and simple. The plant has reached at least 3 feet or so indoors, but still have yet to see fruits I will update this review when I get a few coming in.