Bred by the Chili Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University, this little pepper won high praise from AAS trial judges. Some of the comments were "Striking Color! Eye-catching! So Easy to Grow! Loaded with pepper fruits in fun colors. A favorite of garden visitors!" The plants are very compact, growing only 6 inches tall, and are topped with clusters of 4 to 6 beautiful purple, lavender, yellow and light orange conical fruits that point toward the sky, topping a bed of dark green foliage. The fruits are produced continuously, packing a punch all summer in beds, border and containers. The plants are incredibly easy to grow, tolerating weather stresses of heat, drought, humidity and rain. Start seeds about 6 to 8 weeks before planting outdoors after all danger of frost is past.