These rare beauties are a sight to see in any garden. Thin curly peppers that can get well over a foot long. Very similar to a Cayenne but better tasting and milder. They have a medium heat and are flavorful with a fruity-sweet note. Extremely productive. Traditionally dried and smoked. The plants are very compact and develop a tree-like crown with countless of extremely long red chilies. Ripen from green to red.
The plants need a well fertilized soil and a good supply of calcium. The pods should not hang in the blazing sun, otherwise the tips will get dry.