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87.5% would recommend this item to a friend.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Productive and easy to grow.
What are the cons? HOT, but good!
These babies are excellent, if you're looking to grow a hot pepper this is it!
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5 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Vigorous plants
What are the cons? Be careful! Hot!
These are called ring of fire for a reason! But they grow so well in my garden. The compact plants produce loads of peppers through the summer. I dry them and use them in all manner of savory dishes throughout the year. Only a little pinch of the dried pepper will spice an entire pot of soup.
8 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow!
What are the cons? Slow growing.
This pepper was easy to grow. I began indoors 3 months before spring planting using Dixie cups with Seed starter soil. I kept the seeds in a mini greenhouse with a heated grow mat. The plants were about a foot tall at spring planting. They set many blooms and produced numerous fruits. I had two flushes of blossom set and fruiting. I dried the peppers to use throughout the rest of the year. They were quite hot and well loved by my family and friends. I loved these peppers so much that I planted more of them last fall to grow indoors in my hydroponic system. They are growing very well right now under red grow lights I purchased at Menard's.
6 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Plentiful, Easy to grow
What are the cons? Nothing
These plants grew fantastic and were very plentiful. Had no problem germinating the seeds and growing them here in PA. Will be growing these for years to come.
What are the pros? vigorous, good crop
What are the cons? none
These plants germinated well and grew vigorously in our hot dry climate. I have tons of peppers on them, they are very beautiful and I'm drying most of them to use in peppery dishes all year. We water with a soaker system on a timer and they just thrive. The deer will eat them (as all of our peppers!).