The Sweet Apple Kambe Pepper is a sweet, zero-heat pepper that resembles a small apple or tomato with a thick stem. They are juicy, very thick walled peppers that aren't overly sweet or fruity. They can have a diameter of up to 5 inches and a thickness of 3 inches. I'm sure they are smaller on an AG. The plant is just over 2 feet tall.
These have frustrated me germination wise in the past. I started 5 of these in an old 45w Bounty, 1 per pod. I hope these work out. I'd like to pickle them.
The right seedling is a bit wonky yet. The cotyledon leaves spooned each other initially. They are too fragile to try to assist. But it looks to be correcting itself. I'm still not happy with the germination issues. Only two of the five germinated. Good grief!