Despite it’s name, this variety actually ripens to red. The immature color is quite yellow so it’s commonly called yellow. The mature pods are very sweet and have only a little heat. Thick flesh. Great to be stuffed with some cheese and wrapped in a bacon! Or to be sliced and used with salads etc. The plant grows very well in a pot. Suitable for outdoor, greenhouse and balcony growing. Very easy to grow but can be a magnet for spider mites when grown indoors.