Peter Peppers (also known as ‘Chili Willy’) are also available in green and yellow if you prefer a range of colours, and whilst the fruit shapes produced by each plant do vary, you should still have a good percentage that come out looking much like their nickname if you grow them correctly, with good nutrients, not too much sun, and enough water. Today these are largely grown under nursery shade cloth, and have a growing season that lasts from late March to early October. Each plant should produce approximately 100 hot peppers at 2″ to 4″ long x 1″ to 1.5″ wide, on plants up to 3 feet tall with green stems and green leaves.
I know someone have this tree at home 😁 He said it's real sweet but Google says it's very spicy 🤷🏽♀️🤷🏽♀️🤷🏽♀️
I guess we got all kind of flavor 😁😂🤗🙌🏽👌🏽👍🏽😜
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