Also known as the cherry bomb, this pepper packs a punch! Plants produce small round peppers that resemble cherries. The production on the plants is average, but on good years they can produce 70-80 peppers per plant in a northern growing season. Southern states would have even better yields. Tolerates shock very well in comparison to other pepper varieties. It doesn’t drop flowers when moved outside, making it easier to cut back and bring inside without a problem.
Minimum Seed Count: 15
“Description courtesy of MIgardener Heirloom Seeds/MIgardener.com “.