What are the pros? Best bang for the buck
What are the cons? none
I grow on a small deck, so compact plants with high yields is paramount. The albino bullnose is perfect. I seed indoors in February and plant seedlings outdoors after Memorial Day. These plants produce before anything else and survive after everything else in the garden is spent.
The plants produce in cycles. There will be a period of flowering, followed by peppers, followed by flowering, and so on. Each cycle produces slightly smaller peppers. Peppers are a bit less than half the size of peppers found in stores. But, wow, do they produce! I planted 7 peppers in 7 two-gallon buckets for a yield of 176 peppers!
The plants are incredibly hardy. None of my peppers over the years I've planted them develop even a hint of problems. The only thing that stops them is frost. But that's it. Plants don't grow taller than three feet, and I recommend some support because the peppers weigh down the plants.
Taste is unique and sooo good. Very mild, with a "springlike" tang. Very desirable
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