What are the pros? prolific, tasty, hearty
What are the cons? never turned "peach" colored
2018 was a rough season in our area, especially for peppers - cold spring and very wet throughout the summer. Most of our peppers failed (and growing peppers - sweet and hot - is my favorite garden experience, usually). Sugar Rush Peach, however, was the one exception. The plants grew quite tall (I staked them), set fruit early (when most of my other peppers didn't set fruit at all!) and in massive numbers, grew relatively quickly, and in the kitchen, proved to be delicious and versatile. Mine stayed pale green all season, so they never developed that nice peach color in the catalog photo, but that didn't matter so much to me. They were mildly spicy, and the smallest ones seemed to have no heat, but again, I didn't grow these merely for heat. I'd like to know where they fall on the Scoville scale, so if anyone knows, please pass on the information. I will continue to grow these next year.
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