What are the pros? Very colorful, easy to grow
What are the cons? Very, very, hot
I had never heard of these peppers until about a year ago, and I soon realized that they are not that popular! In fact, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds was one of the only sites that I could find the seeds. I live in Ohio, where we get 3-4 hot months during the summer. I planted 10 of these plants out in my garden that I started from seed, and I ultimately harvest over 5 lbs of these peppers! I can handle a good bit of spice, even though I am not a spicy food kind of guy, so I mostly canned them and gave them away to friends. Just a warning, these peppers are HOT! I also grow cayenne peppers, and I though these were much hotter than the cayennes. I liked them because they are very ornamental and they add a nice feature of color to your garden. Also, not many people know about them, so if you’re looking to impress or wow people with your garden, these are the ones for you!
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