Recent research considers these wild and semi-wild peppers as the oldest known chili 
pepper species in the world. In a way: “the mother of chili”!  As a plants they are very 
different from anything else when it comes to chili. The plants itself isn’t 
the beauty-queen of capsicums. It’s typically a mess of long, thin stems 
sprawling everywhere. Fortunately, it’s not very big, either – and one can always 
use scissors. It produces masses of tiny,  very (!) lovely snow-white flowers and (later) oval, spicy (but not very hot) 
orange-red berries. These berries are actually very useful in all sorts of 
cooking, both fresh and dried. As strange as it may seem, these plants also 
make some very attractive bonsai plants! Also one of the easiest wild peppers 
to germinate. This should be a part of any capsicum enthusiast’s collection!

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CGN 22084

  • Heat level: Medium
  • Product Code: 1300358401
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 6.90€