It is an ornamental variety with a compact growth habit. It produces clusters of upright, elongated, and pointed fruits that ripen from ivory to yellow, then orange, and finally red pointing towards the sky. Its taste is similar to that of Cayenne peppers.
Eight weeks before the last expected frost, sow your seeds indoors at a depth of 1/4" and maintain the room temperature at 25-30°C (60-65°F). Provide them with supplemental light to prevent the plants from becoming leggy. When all danger of frost is eliminated, acclimate your plants for a few days and plant them in the garden 12 to 16 inches apart. Pepper plants appreciate a rich, moist, and weed-free soil, so provide them with mulch to help with better control.
Normally, peppers have a stronger flavor if they ripen for a longer time on the plant. However, ripe peppers signal the plant to stop production. Harvest the green ones to ensure a longer vegetable production.
During harvest, cut the stem with scissors to avoid breaking the plant's fragile stem. Protect your hands and eyes when handling peppers, as they can cause irritation.