Four of these beauties produced bushels of fruit with no less than 20 peppers per plant at any given time and that was after picking. My entire neighborhood is set up with frozen peppers for stuffing after eating fresh all summer long. I was amazed at the productivity. I personally never ear store bought green peppers and now I add red or yellow to that list because they don't agree with me. I can however eat these raw or cooked-not sure why. But these were delicious. If left on the plant they turn yellow and some turn orange. Empty your freezer before you plant these!!
We grew this one and I was skeptical of the yellow-fleshed peppers, given how bland the supermarket ones are. To my surprise, these guys are so tasty when ripe! They ripen to a brilliant slightly orange-ish yellow. To get yellow fruit was no probin our zone 4a/3b ~120 frost-free-day summers here in southwestern North Dakota. YMMV. Good luck