Yep, Etna peppers. They're pretty cool.
Hopefully, I can overwinter these and enjoy an earlier, larger crop next season.
I have one other plant from the same packet that's a "Sport".
It has peppers the size of large serranos or small jalapenos.
Two to Three inches long and they don't grow in clusters.
Size? Yes, many are a bit small. Examining the Tutto Calabria chilis, they seem pretty close in size.
All my plants are grown with Espoma Garden Tone fertilizer, supplemented with compost, fish emulsion and kelp.
I also make sure my peppers (and tomatoes) have a surplus of Ca and Mg (Dolomitic Lime and Epsom Salts).
Ensures good strong stems, and nice leaves for photosynthesis for feeding and shading the fruits.