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|Positive ||JeremyandBea ||On Jan 22, 2011, JeremyandBea from Fresno, CA wrote:
We enjoyed growing this pepper. It wasn't hot but did add to the taste and color for a mild salsa. Each plant gave many peppers and it will be among the peppers again in our garden this year.
|Positive ||Derek_1 ||On May 13, 2010, Derek_1 from Honolulu, HI wrote:
Very easy to grow. I have one plant and i cant get it to stop producing! Just bought a canner (just started getting into growing peppers) and am about to start pickling them...anyone got any good recipes?
|Positive ||WillowWasp ||On Jul 5, 2009, WillowWasp from Jones Creek, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
This was my grandmothers favorite for canning and using like pickles. I don't really like the taste but it is a great addition to the garden.
|Positive ||Trackbrat ||On Apr 8, 2009, Trackbrat from Port St. Lucie, FL wrote:
I started my Sweet Banana seeds indoors on January 23 2008. I "thought" the frost over the winter may have killed them. (Went out of town for a few weeks and the weather turned to ice) Just as I went to tear them out of the pots they were in, I noticed that there were leaves growing from the root! I cut back the dead part of the plant and now I have blooms along with a few baby peppers growing for the second year!!
|Positive ||dda1974 ||On Mar 2, 2008, dda1974 from Bonaire, GA (Zone 8a) wrote:
These are good when yellow, awesome when red. I planted seeds directly outside in a container in early June. By September I was already tired of peppers they grew so well-they were still going strong in October too !!!!! (and I have a brown thumb)
|Positive ||mommoboys ||On Feb 4, 2006, mommoboys from West Chester, OH (Zone 6a) wrote:
I grow many of these every year from seed....starting indoors in February (I'm in 6) We love these and I de-hydrate them for use all year 'round.
|Positive ||admodeva ||On Nov 22, 2005, admodeva from Dutton, AL (Zone 7a) wrote:
These grow extremely well and are very productive in our garden, we like to grow these every year. We eat them plain or put in salads, very tasty.
|Positive ||Farmerdill ||On Oct 5, 2004, Farmerdill from Augusta, GA (Zone 8a) wrote:
An open pollinated yellow banana pepper developed by Corneli Seed Co, from a mutation. Fruit are 7 inches long by 1.5 inches thick. They start out yellow and turn bright red upon ripening. Grows well here.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Bellair-meadowbrook Terrace, Florida
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Live Oak, Florida
New Port Richey, Florida
Hickam Housing, Hawaii
De Ridder, Louisiana
Cresaptown-bel Air, Maryland
Fort Meade, Maryland
Valley Lee, Maryland
Bark River, Michigan
Lake City, Minnesota
Saint Joseph, Missouri
Beckett Ridge, Ohio
Jonesville, South Carolina
North Augusta, South Carolina
Everman, Texas (2 reports)
Round Rock, Texas
San Antonio, Texas
Howards Grove, Wisconsin