I had a very high germination rate from this pack. Ended up with eight very healthy plants. A co worker of mine wanted them, so it worked out well I have four plants to give him, and four to keep.
I've grown peter peppers for several years now. This is my first year growing yellows and orange. These plants need a lot of light. They aren't hard to grow, and their growing season is long. In New Jersey I am no longer growing it as an annual. I grow it as a perennial and put it under lights in the winter. Only about 25% of my peppers are "properly shaped". They are ideal for southern style pepper sauce, and make great gifts.
Last year was my first year growing these guys. I call them guys because...well haha! All 3 varieties grew well. Out of the near 40 seeds I received, 34 germinated! Wasn't expecting such a great taste out of such pepper. Very pleased with my last few orders from these guys. Many more to come!
-Brian A. from Colorado
I tried growing all 3 colors of this pepper in 2017. The yellow seeds only produced 2 plans. The red and orange had good germination rates. None of the pepper plants produced many peppers. They produced a few, but nothing impressive. None of the peppers colored up in my zone 5 Pennsylvania garden. The plants seemed healthy and may have done better in a warmer climate. They were hotter than expected, but I was mainly growing them as a novelty, so that didn't matter much. In any case, I'm not going to grow these again.