What are the pros? Hardy, prolific, tasty
What are the cons? What's NOT to like?
Finally, a sweet pepper that I can grow on my screaming-hot southwest-facing apartment balcony! These peppers are sweet, juicy, crunchy, and tasty- very much like traditional bells. Most of mine were smaller than the 3" described, but I put that down to their less-than-ideal growing conditions. But all through our hot (balcony temps over 100 many days) dry summer they never stopped producing peppers, and they really cranked up production when the temps began to fall back to reasonable. The skins never went tough, and the flesh was always thick and sweet. No problems with diseases or bugs.
I love that you don't have to wait long for them to ripen to lovely deep red with this variety. They are good green as well, but I find ripe peppers on my 2 plants almost daily. These will be a permanent part of my little balcony garden.
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