Hybrid. The large pointed fruit of this variety are often 30cm long, and are reminiscent of a bull's horn. They are thicked-fleshed and turn from green to a stunning bright yellow as they ripen. Though somewhat late to mature, the plants are very productive, and in our trials continued to produce well into the autumn, when other varieties had slowed down. Because of their fruit load the plants need strong support, and are probably better grown in the ground rather than in containers.
Approx. number of seeds per pack: 10