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What are the pros? disease free, heavy producer
What are the cons? none
I grew Ozark Giant, King of the North, and Red Cheese in 2018. Disclaimer: I used straw mulch which suppressed soil temperatures and pepper plant growth. Of the varieties chosen, Red Cheese produced earliest and also the most individual red fruit (10 fruit per plant), but the flesh was tightly wrapped around the seeds, which made them fussy to eat raw or cut up. Ozark Giant produced 0 fruit for me, and King of the North produced 5 red fruit per plant. Ajvarski blew them all away in terms of growth characteristics, fruit quality, and flavor. They produced 5 red fruit per plant. The Ajvarski plants were unaffected by a bacterial disease outbreak that defoliated both Ozark Giant and King of the North, and fruits dried down in ambient temperature on my kitchen counter without rotting. Very sweet crisp fleshed fruit with a tongue-like shape and two lobes that were easily to slit up the sides to remove seeds and cut into strips efficiently. Just great!
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What are the pros? Creamy, sweet pepper
What are the cons? None
Creamy Pepper that was uber prolific. Had a small batch of 3-5 peppers that matured early and then many, many, many peppers off same bush.
What are the pros? Amazing taste; easy to grow
Started these along with several other varieties this spring in South Florida. Seedlings were around 6inches tall when we got 3 weeks of rain all day everyday in May. Moved some plants into different areas and actually forgot about the spot I had the Ajvarski's. A few months later I was pulling weeds and noticed something deep red underneath some ground cover.... wound up being a perfectly ripe Ajvarski. Tasted so good! Even detected some apple flavors in it! Definitely earned a permanent spot in the annuals garden for years to come!
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, tastes great
Grew these because I remembered eating peppers like these while living in Bulgaria. I've never had luck growing sweet peppers, they never ripened to red. These ones not only turned a beautiful and delicious red, but they withstood really terrible and wet weather this year. I have saved these ones and will be growing them from now on.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Rapidly red, resists sunburn
What are the cons? Could be slightly spicier
Good shape and size for a roasting pepper. I had no blossom end rot or sunburn. I was able to let these turn fully red without loosing peppers to sunburn. Very popular with the neighbors!