What are the pros? TASTE, color, smell
What are the cons? Slow to mature, lower yield
The name is corny. Especially if you love Habaneros, and hot peppers in general and you're questioning why you would grow these. But sometimes you need a sweet pepper for certain recipes and the flavor of these is INCREDIBLE. They have grown decently for me in Florida, but I imagine these being a lot harder in northern climates. I just got my first ripe peppers of these plants and it's almost July, which is about a month later than one would expect to harvest here. Plants are prone to be small and stout, growing extremely slow with about 45 peppers per plant once they are mature. When ripe rats are attracted to the color, so use precaution if you have lots of critters in your garden. There were times where I picked them a little bit early and let them rest in the sun for a day or two. The taste is so worth it, I promise. Just baby them a little bit extra, give it some time in a greenhouse. Let it get to this color and it's going to be extremely fragrant and fruity.
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