This wild, unique pepper is endemic to two Galapagos islands; i.e. it cannot be found anywhere else in the world growing wild. It is also close to extinction, like most other wild peppers. The plant is relatively small and compact, very pretty, with silvery, hairy leaves which pleasant, strong scent when touched. It has small, white flowers and tiny, very hot, red berries with quite unique, strong aroma. Extremely rare, and a must-have for a serious wild capsicums collection. Challenge: 3 (can be tricky to germinate, bloom and to set fruit) Very limited, seasonal supply! An article about this unique species here.