A great variety to open a whole new world about chile peppers if you are not yet familiar with Capsicum baccatum species. The pods have very fruitful taste with a nice sweetness. The plant is more compact than C. baccatums usually are, which makes this perfect variety to be grown anywhere. Gives amazing yields in greenhouse. Grows also very nicely indoors or outdoors. Great all-around plant!
Absolutely great variety from Curico, Chile. The taste is so good. It tastes completely different depending on the growing stage. The besting tasting pods can be enjoyed by picking them from the plant before they turn their color into red. Great as fresh practically with any food. The ordinary and smoked powder made from this variety is also insanely tasty! This variety was available all around the Finland as fresh in vegetable shelves and was made quite known in Finland by Fatalii Gourmet. The plant is easy to grow and it's extremely prolific. Ideal when picked by using staggered harvesting. Just keep picking off the largest pods and you can enjoy yield for all season long.
Great baccatum chili pepper variety which has a great, exotic tasting aroma with quite a nice kick!
This plant produces an insane amount of pods! The pods are great to be used fresh or as a tasty powder all year long.
Grows very well in all kinds of conditions! Just provide it a plenty of light and it’s happy.
Aji Fantasy is a truly sweet, delicious and tenderly mild from the edges and somewhat hot in the center. Variety created in Finland By Mr. Fatalii. Produces great numbers of nice looking delicious pods - truly candies of the pepper world!
The wonderful shaped pods ripen from green to yellow and are ideal for stuffing or using them as fresh with any cooking.
Ideal variety for beginners too! A great example of what baccatum chili pepper can be!
Usually compact plant with stays under 1m tall but in ideal conditions these plants can grow up to 5-6 meters tall! (Check additional pics).
A brand new breed of the old Aji Fantasy bred by Fatalii.
This new version is made to be more thick fleshed. The taste of these incredibly delicious pods are little less sweet, they're much more fresh tasting and it has a 'sparkly' overtones compared to traditional Aji Fantasy. Quite compact plant for a C. baccatum. Gives amazing yields even in little lower light conditions. This variety is third generation so it’s not stable yet.
Very, limited supply. Get yours now if you want to grow these on the coming season.
More seeds will be available at autumn 2017.
One of the great, great baccatum varieties which are large in size but very very fast to grow and ripen it’s pod. The taste is very aromatic. Non-sweet but very very great for all kinds of cooking. Produces a huge amount of pods in one season!
Very crunchy, fruity and aromatic baccatum variety from Minas Gerails, Northern Brazil. The plant is filled with very wrinkly, irregular shaped elongated pods. The medium pungency makes it ideal for all kinds of cooking when you want your food to be just medium spiced up.
The plant can be quite compact which makes it ideal for any growing environment. It’s also very easy to grow, even for a beginner. Just keep in mind that light is the key to success when growing chili peppers, especially when it comes to yielding.
A moderately hot, delicious Aji from Peru's northern coastal valleys. Large pods with thick flesh makes this variety one of the best for culinary uses. Slightly sweet, fruity flavor. These beautiful peppers are typically served fresh as side dishes with seafood in Peru.
The plant is large but easy to grow. Gives great yields.
Very prolific, hot Capsicum baccatum with a tasty, sharp aroma. Great when used both fresh sliced on your food or on a bread. The powder is also very tasty. Try mixing this one with salt to make a great looking, tasty chili salt. The plant can grow quite tall and it will look great filled with lots of tasty chili peppers. It's easy to control the excess growth with scissors.
Quite rare baccatum chili pepper with lot of fruity overtones with it’s taste. Great at all stages of maturity. Extremely prolific plant!
Slice some tony pieces on your bread and you will fall in love with this variety.
Quite fast plant to produce yield.
Grows very well in pots. Matures from white to red.
A fantastic wild variety which is the mother of all baccatum peppers. It has a great flavor and it produces a large amount of pods which come loose very easily. Ideal for home growing as it's very easy and produces good yields even it doesn't have perfect conditions.
Fascinating looking quite hot, small pumpking shaped wild baccatum chili pepper type. The aroma is flavorful and it makes a great powder when fully mature. Great also when used as fresh with all kinds of cooking. The plant itself is very interesting and bears a great number of these uniquely shaped pods.
Yet another wonderful chili pepper which belongs to to Capsicum baccatum species.
This resembles a Starfish (red version) a little, except these pods are fatter, more pumpkin-shaped.
The taste is absolutely amazing, fruitful, sweet and moderately hot in the center. The edges are nonpungent.
If you are mostly into the aroma and taste, then check out this and other baccatum chilis as well!
Challenge: 1 (can grow large, keep small with scissors if needed.)
Very tasty, medium hot variety from brazil. The aroma on this (as with most baccatums) is just fantastic. The pods are about olive size but the plant will bear a big amount of these pods on a single plant. The pods are quite good already as a green, their immature stage.
Very good baccatum variety especially for a beginner grower as it’s very easy and gives nice crops even when ideal growing conditions are not available.
This kind of chili peppers I recommend over typical Cayennes and Jalapenos if you want to have a great success with growing as a beginner.
Of course, a chili grower who has grown for a while can get bountiful crops out of this variety!
The taste is very aromatic and great for all kind of cooking where you want to add just a nice little heat.
Hot to eat as it is but when used with cooking I’d still call this one medium hot.
Wild type C. baccatum. Very nice looking plant when filled with small pods. These pods come loose very easily which makes it easy to pick. Produces a lots of pods with strong peppery aroma and nice heat which dissolves quite quickly. Grows very well even in small pots. Ideal for bonsai growing!
Yet another great, great baccatum chili pepper. The pods have a fantastic flavor which could be compared to classical Aji Amarillo chili pepper. The fresh and dried color are quite different. The dried taste of these wonderful pods could be described as sweet coffee aroma. Semi-compact and super prolific chili pepper. A definite must have for a baccatum chili lover.
Very compact, and extremely prolific variety which produces a stunning amount of fingertip sized red pretty pods. Medium hot. The pods have great aroma which makes them very useful with all kinds of cooking. Very good as fresh and as a powder too. Ideal kitchen plant.
A great variety to grow for beginners as it’s very easy to grow. A tough plant that grows almost anywhere. It tolerates hot, cold and all kinds of conditions. In good conditions the plant is super prolific and it produces quite hot pods with a nice aroma and sharp bite which gives an ideal kick for any dishes you cook. Great to be used as fresh or powder. These also dry very easily. The maturing pods have great colors as they mature from light yellow to orange to red with a purple tint under a strong sun.
A mild, very tasty variety I have grown since 2003 almost every year. Has only a mild pungency. The taste is best when used before fully maturing. Just pick these pods just when start to turn into yellowish orange and you'll be amazed of the taste. One of the greatest mild varieties when picked at the right time! Let it ripen and it's still good, but more like ordinary mild pepper.
Great baccatum variety created in Duke University, USA. The taste is little sweet, very crisp and has a berry-fruit like aroma. Great to be used fresh, dried or frozen. Easy to grow! Gives great yields every time. Great indoor plant, just use scissors to keep it small. Will grow very quickly in warm conditions, but still tolerates cold quite well!
Very tasty baccatum chili pepper with a nice sweetness and just a medium pungency. Suitable for all kinds of cooking. Especially good when sliced on the bread as fresh pieces! Quite compact plant which produces a huge amount of nice looking, blunt red pods. Easy to grow which makes this variety ideal for beginners too.
How aromatic and flavorful chili peppers can be? This variety is a great example how tasty baccatum chili peppers are! The heat level is quite mild but this can turn your cooking around.
Besides being very tasty, this plant is actually very easy to grow and it produces lots and lots of pods all season long. A must-have variety for any grower!
Capsicum baccatum variety with exceptional sweetness. The pods can grow quite big which makes them good for stuffing. Heat level is quite mild. Very nice aroma which makes it a great choice for a mild pepper. Gives good yields and all kinds of conditions.
A wonderful phenotype of the famous Aji Cristal chili pepper loved by so many chili hobbyists.
These are quite hot, and have the wonderful aroma of the mid-ripen Aji Cristal. The stage of maturity which is mostly loved by people.
These pods are slightly smaller than the usual Aji Cristals but definitely as prolific if not even more prolific than the original one.
Very easy to grow.
Very similar to Lemon Drop, Peru Yellow, Aji Pineapple, Aji Lemon and many others.Extremely prolific, easy to gro plant. A great example of what chili pepper can be instead of the typical Cayennes etc. The variety within Capsicum baccatun peppers is great. If you have grown 100 or more baccatums, you still don't have experienced the great diversity of them. The more you grow them, the more you love them!
Here’s another great classic – and an essential
part of Peruvian cuisine! Baccatum peppers traditionally only grow in South
America, but they are actually the easiest and most successful plants for home
growers and beginners in chili hobby.
Lemon Drop represents hot, non-sweet,
slightly lemon-flavored types of baccatum peppers (as opposed to sweet, low-heat or
only moderately hot “Aji” –type baccatum peppers). The plant is relatively
compact and produces lots of bright yellow fruit even in non-ideal home conditions.
Grows well in pots. Lemon Drop is especially great for fish dishes! Also a very
good, different tasting alternative to Cayenne and other Asian-type red hot
A compact. Super prolific variety which produces quite hot, aromatic pods with a pleasant taste.
Ideal for beginners as it’s a great producer in almost any conditions. These beautiful pods ripen from light green to dark yellow/orange.
A permanent favorite amongst chile pepper growers. As the name
says, this compact and very well yielding plant produces pods that go through
almost every possible color. They are rather hot. When dried and
ground, produce extremely usable flakes or chili powder with unique flavor and
tender heat suitable for dishes where you may not need the sharper flavor of
“red peppers” or the characteristic “chinense pepper flavor”. This can add a
totally new dimension to your cooking. Also, as baccatum peppers go, Omnicolor
needs very little maintenance and does just well even indoors. Highly recommended for both, beginners and long-time chili pepper growers who have missed this great variety so far.
Very unique tasting, great variety with medium heat level. Lovely peach color! Gives great yields. Crunchy texture and shape of these pods make it great for stuffing!
This variety is still under developement so it’s not fully stable yet, but you have a possibility to make it even better!
Delicious Aji from Peru. The aroma is very good, resembles Aji Amarillo (big version) but ripens more quickly and the pods are slightly smaller on this variety. The aroma works great with fish and chicken. When dried, the taste will have a very unique aroma which could be described as coffee-like. Medium hot. Limited supply.
Pointing chili pepper variety from Peru. They have a nice heat level with a nice, sharp bite. Quite prolific, very tasty baccatum peppers. This plant can grow big but it's very easy to keep compact with scissors. It's actually quite suitable for bonsai chili pepper (bonchi) growing too.
This absolutely great variety reminds a lot of another amazing variety, Trepadeira Werner. This variety has also thick flesh, even a little bigger pods which mature to orange. Very flavorful, like a mix between fruit and vegatable. Medium heat level. Very easy to grow even in smaller pots. Always gives great yields even in not-so-ideal conditions. If you had t o choose only couple of varieties, I would definitely recommend this one to be one of them.
A great variety for a tasty chili lovers! Thick, fruitful, aromatic flesh.
If you are not familiar with Capsicum baccatums just yet, this is a great way to get acquainted with this great species.
Very flavorful and slightly sweet with just above medium heat level. Easy to grow.
Might get quite large but can be easily kept small with scissors.
Gives great yields too.
A pretty, moderately hot semi-wild variety from Brazil.
The small, light orange berries have thin fruit flesh and non-sweet, pungent and very one of a kind -flavor.
Excellent when dried and ground that way the uniqueness of the taste works even better!
A nice ornamental plant too.
Extraordinary chili pepper plant from Brazil: the center
of things weird and wonderful in chili. The wonderment begins with the plant
itself. Huge leaves up to 30 cm long. It also grows very fast and it can grow VERY tall, 3-4 m
height isn’t uncommon at all! The fruit is not less spectacular: it is non-pungent
with sweet, very strong and pleasant apple flavor in the edges, but the center
of the pod is something entirely different: it’s HOT. One of the most
delicious, most amazing peppers there is.
Tall size is not a problem as you can keep it short simpley with scissors if you like.
A rarem orange version of a starfish-shaped chili pepper plant from Brazil.
This orange version has even more sweetness than the yellow version.
As with the red and yellow version, the edges of this chili pepper have very sweet, apple-like aroma and the middle section packs some heat.
Tends to grow a little taller than the yellow version. Very prolific and easy to grow plant.
A great baccatum bred from an accidental cross I grew years ago. My dear chilihead friend Chris Fowler grew many different phenotypes during a few years and this one is one of those. These large pods are very tasty as you would expect from a baccatum like this. The actual cross is most likely between Jamy and Kalaidoskop chili peppers. The plant is super prolific and quite large in size, still not too big plant for a C. baccatum. Great for stuffing!
Very unusual cross between Tepin and Lemon Drop.
Surprisingly the end result is very sweet and good tasting medium-hot/hot chili pepper. The plant is extremely prolific. The powder made from this variety is very good!
These seeds should produce fith generation plants so it’s not fully stable yet but quite close.
A small, very pretty (see the white pods
ripening to bright red) and unusul baccatum pepper that has an unusual, very delicious berry-like aroma and sweetness.. Highly
recommended for home growing! Gives extremely high yields! Easy to grow in pots. The ripe pods look like cherries. Mild-Medium heat level. Ideal for beginners. If you haven't tried Capsicum baccatum chili peppers just yet, this is a great choice to start with! The name of this variety means "Werner's Creeper" (Werner's Vine).