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'Banana Supreme' Peppers
 
Sub-Category: Sweet
 
Description: Hybrid, sweet frying type. Plants bear 7- to 8-inch, green-yellow fruit maturing to yellow then red. Good disease resistance.
Days To Maturity: 68
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Taste: (4.7 Stars)Taste
Yield: (5.0 Stars)Yield
Ease/Reliability: (5.0 Stars)Ease/Reliability
 
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Reviewed on 08/15/2008 by smurfette0424 -

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Montgomery, Maryland, United States
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This is my 3rd year growing them, and they have yet to disappoint. I planted 4 this year, and all have flourished. They're very productive and sweet. Very nice with salads.
 
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Reviewed on 10/19/2007 by Jim Oliver - An experienced gardener

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Wayne, New York, United States
Frost Free Season: 163 - 183 days
Soil Texture: Clay
Garden Size: Medium - 400 square feet to 1,600 square feet
Sun Exposure: More than 8 hours per day

Very high production of good quality peppers.
 

Reviewed on 08/24/2006 by beanser - An intermediate gardener

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Ohio, West Virginia, United States
Frost Free Season: 103 - 123 days
Soil Texture: Clay
Garden Size: Small - Less than 400 square feet (20' x 20')
Sun Exposure: 6 to 8 hours per day

easy to grow in pots very prolific produced until fall
 
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