I love trying out new varieties of veggies to grow and rotate my cultivars yearly. This pepper is totally new to me but looked gorgeous on the plant tag. Even though we had a late start to the season, my chilis have done well.
This chile plant produces good yields of 6" to 8" long by 1½" wide hot peppers. Peppers are said to be very mild, just a little heat, but I found them to be medium spicy. I took bites from the pepper when I ate my meals and loved the herbaceous flavor and crunch. The heat dissipates quickly so it won't burn for long.
The peppers turn from green to red when mature but can be picked and eaten at any time. The plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. Excellent for salads, pizza, and grilling.