89.5% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Red color, sweet
What are the cons? Skin a little thick
These were bigger than we thought but terrific red color and flavor.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Thick-walled and sweet.
What are the cons? None
These peppers have grown equally as well for me in two climates: Buffalo NY and Gulf Coast Florida. In Buffalo, they were planted in the ground. In Florida, they are growing exceptionally well in containers on a screened-in lanai. (Boo and hiss to HOA rules!) I save their seeds from year to year. Love these!
8 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Delicious and "meaty"
What are the cons? Takes awhile to get red ones
We love this pepper. It's so yummy, with its sweet taste and thick walls, and super cute. It's really a great snack in the garden, never make it into the house. It's better than those small snacking peppers you can buy in the grocery store, but all veggies are better ripened in your own garden of course. My only problem is that for me, two years in a row, they are not huge producers (on the lower side) and it takes awhile for the peppers to turn red which is when they are at optimum flavor and nutrition. But I'll grow them again because they are so tasty. Maybe this season they'll produce more for me. You never know!
9 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Best ripening pepper I grew!
What are the cons? Wish I had grown more!
I have a difficult time getting any peppers to mature where I live, but of 5 varieties I tried this year, these did the best. They way out-performed King of the North! One of my favorite things about these peppers is that if you pick them just as they are starting to turn from green to red, they ripen up really well inside without losing any firmness. I love the flavor, very sweet and juicy, and they are great just for eating fresh. As I write this in mid-october, I still have a few sitting in my pantry, ripening quite well, and will get eaten as soon as they turn red. If you have a hard time with peppers, try this one!
13 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, cute, tasty
What are the cons? none
This has been our favorite 2 years in a row now. Germination rate was 100%. They are very easy to grow and were the only pepper the pests didn't eat. Our peppers never cracked and withstood a bit of neglect. The plants were very productive with up to 10 peppers per small plant. I could have taken better care of them but they did well no matter what. The 2 inch long by 1 inch wide peppers are tasty and my family eats them as a snack. I will grow again in the years to come and greatly recommend them.