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1 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very easy to grow from seeds
What are the cons? Too hot
I grew one plant and it produced over 100 peppers. I tried just a little sliver and never ate one again. Way too hot. In order to pick them you’ll need rubber gloves, otherwise you might get some on your face or in your eyes later on in the day from the oils being stuck to your hand. I probably will not be growing this variety again as I have no use for it. Luckily my neighbor is from Honduras and he gladly takes them when they are ripe. Supposedly he puts them on his omelette but I can’t even imagine.
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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Heart, flavor, compact plant
What are the cons? None
A slice in a dish of food is plenty. If you love hot peppers, grow these. I grew one last year kind of late in the season and wintered it in my green house, this year it has grown to three feet and provides near daily fruits of intense heart. Took a long time to get established but one it did, yikes. Strong plant hasn't needed support, unlike most people do after eating one of the hot flavor bombs. Use sparingly unless you have cast iron body parts. I use these to beef up the heat in any food, hummus, Asian or Hispanic foods, fried, fresh, pickled, in jam, whatever. Great in killer hot salsa. One plant is usually enough for most people.
0 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Hot
What are the cons? Too hot
I recently bought these seeds from bakers. I was wondering how many peppers will one seed make whe planted?
3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful fruit. Very hot.
What are the cons? N/A
My favorite pepper of all time. A true native. I germinate using the paper towel method and a heat pad set to 82F. I feed seedlings diluted MasterBlend. After transfer to soil I use fish emulsion until buds set up then switch to bat guano. I also add calcium nitrate and epsom salt with every other watering. Production is very good.
If you live in the southern zone be sure to start your seeds early otherwise your flowers may fall off if it gets too hot too quick. Aphids seems to love these plants although that may be due to the nitrogen I give them early on. I ferment these peppers and make hot sauce and grind up any remaining peppers into a powder. This pepper packs quite a punch and will linger for awhile.
Winner all around!
What are the pros? I like the good seeds.
What are the cons? Long time for flowers to stick
They were grat seeds and i will order more. They are fertile and big.