What are the pros? shape, color, high quality
What are the cons? nada
This plant fruited in my driveway in a pot from an overwintered set of plants, apparently from a toppepo rosso seed batch from the winter of 2015/spring 2016. I know these are new but somehow a seed ended up growing into a now year 2 mature plant. Very high quality fruit that lasts for a long time in the fridge. Far better quality than US supermarket yellow bell peppers and very durable and small package with thick walls; perfect for slicing for salads and sandwiches. Highly recommended for yellow bell pepper enthusiasts. This is a pepper worth growing perennially in a pot as a houseplant since it would be a kitchen staple once tasted by anyone and certainly overwinters in a pot at 50 F min as per my experience.
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