What are the pros? ripe flavor, color
What are the cons? not hugely prolific
This sweet pepper is one of the best-tasting of all I've ever tried (particularly when fully ripe, cut into strips, partially dried in the open air, and put on a sandwich). It's sweet with a unique taste.
I grew one plant in a 4-gallon bucket and one plant in very crowded conditions in a raised bed with other sweet peppers. The plant in the 4-gallon bucket got a few peppers with thick walls and very shiny skin (they looked pretty cool). They were fat and bell-shaped (not large, but not tiny); they did taper to a point, though, I believe (I don't think they were lobed on the bottom). The ones in the crowded raised bed weren't fat (they were more narrow), and the flesh wasn't as thick-walled. They weren't as shiny and cool-looking either. I only got a few peppers in both locations. They probably needed a bigger container and less crowded conditions, respectively. A more fertile soil may have helped, too.
Anyway, I saved seeds, and I planted some from the raised bed peppers, this year.
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