I may not have the greenest thumb. And I live in a tough place to grow hot chilis. I'm on the ocean in New England, the wind never stops, and our seasons are short. So if a hot chili makes it to maturity in my container garden, it's a hearty variety. These plants grew to a shocking 6'6" (including the 7 gal container). Each plant produced about 2 dozen fruit. It's September 10 and I just tasted the first fruit to ripen. These far and away have the most interesting taste of any pepper I've ever eaten. Sweet, floral, crunchy. Add the heat similar to a typical cherry pepper (20k SHUs?) and you have a winner. This will be a regular in my garden going forward!
So far a great success. Every single seed germinated and the plants grew really strong and fast. Looking forward to a great harvest!
This is an awesome pepper. The shape is like no other pepper I have grown before. They have nice flavor and a bit of heat as well. I live in an apartment and had to put two plants in a 2 gallon pot. Both plants are almost 6 feet tall and have over 50 peppers each!
These peppers are awesome! They have a different taste.... crunchy, a bit sweet and a good bit of kick. They are extremely easy to grow and are very vigorous. I overwintered one from last year and now I have a 4 foot tall atomic starfish pepper plant with maybe 100 peppers growing on it already and it's only June!. A great specimen plant indeed!