The 7 Pot Primo can get very lumpy and distorted and even grow a skinny little tail. Like other 7 Pots it has a fruity/floral flavor and is extremely hot. It is safe to say that this pepper is a stable variety because it takes 6 to 7 generations to be stable and as of 2012 it will be in it’s seventh generation. Add to the fact that the man who crossed these two varieties is a genuine horticulturist working on projects for the State of Lousiana. I know there are quite a few varieties of red 7 Pot strains. But this one is worth growing in your garden. And while your at it do a web search for Primo’s band Santeria. They sound pretty good!
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