What are the pros? Rich soil and lots of heat.
What are the cons? Nothing that I've noticed.
The seeds germinate well and the plants grow well. The plants are small but healthy. They have a lot of tiny blossoms, and they mature into a lot of little peppers that start to turn color at about one inch in length. Daytime highs here in Phoenix in May are pushing up to 102 degrees, and they seem to like the heat just fine. These plants are small and would grow in a five gallon pot just fine.
What they lack in size they make up with heat. Holy crud are they hot! I have some short thai peppers that are known for their heat, and I think these might be a bit hotter. They are grown in rather rich soil that is 25% composted manure from the local cattle farm, and the weather is hot, so maybe that contributes? Whatever the reason, these plants are small but yield prolifically, with little one inch holy-crud-hot peppers that are delicious.
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