What are the pros? Thick-Walled, Love the Flavour
What are the cons? Rots quickly
A gorgeous, thick-walled, deliciously sweet pepper. Lovely when eaten raw with a veg dip or in a salad. One small plant yields several large, heavy fruits. Easy to grow - just pop the seedlings into fertile soil, mulch well, and forget about them until time to harvest. I grow them every year, and even during the worst drought in Mid Missouri I never needed to water them. The only drawback is that they don't keep well, turning to mush within a day or two of picking; even picked green they must be eaten or processed within a couple of days else they begin to show signs of rot. They freeze well for stuffing or adding to soups and other winter dishes, though, so all is good and is what earns them a spot in my garden each year.
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