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4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good addition to the garden.
What are the cons? Could be a little hotter
My first year with this pepper and its been very productive. Last week got my first one fully ripened and I was surprised at the sweetness. It has mild heat with a thick crunchy flesh.and they go from green to yellow very rapidly.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? High Yeild, Nice Heat!!!
What are the cons? none
These have to be the best Jalapenos ive ever grown. The bushes are packed with good sized peppers. Be patient with them, once they start turning yellow you will be picking them every day. I was also surprised with the heat. Mine have a nice kick to them.
11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Stand out in the bed.
What are the cons? That I didn't plant more.
Cool Pepper to grow. Super productive.They start out looking like regular jalapenos and then once they get big there will be a spot of yellow on them, the next day they will be half yellow and the third day they will be completely yellow. I am freezing them as they ripen so at the end of the season I can make a yellow jalapeno hot sauce.
What are the pros? Great peppers
What are the cons? None
This is my first time with these and I'm quite happy with them. I started them in an unheated hoop-house in mid January, put them in the ground in mid march. They are growing well and producing like crazy. I've been adding them to salsa and making jelly with them. It looks like I'll have at least another month of them. Strong growers.
18 out of 19 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Fast to germinate, grows fast
What are the cons? none so far
Purchased these in February and immediately planted them once i got them. I had 5-7 day germ rate and so far they are about 6 inches tall. Will be growing these next to habanero to spice them up. First time growing and will definitely keep it from year to year.