7 POD (7 POT)

Species: Chinense Origin: Trinidad Heat: Nuclear

This variety is from the Chaguanas area of Trinidad. It has built up an almost myth like quality. In Caribbean regions it is also known as 7 pot as one pod is said to provide enough heat to spice up 7 pots of stew. Pods are habenaro like in there shape but have the characteristic 'pimpling' as found on another fearsome variety - the Naga Morich. Unusually the proportion of Placental tissue is very high - a allusion to why this pepper is so outrageously hot. We now see this pepper in various colours - red, yellow, brown, white and burgundy. No doubt purple will be along soon, followed by Cappuchino, Dusty Pink...


Julian Livsey

Julian Livsey
 

AJI CHOMBO

Species: Chinense Origin: Panama Heat: Very hot

A Scotch Bonnet type from Panama which is used extensively in South America and the Caribbean for making hot sauces. These very pungent peppers are very hard to get hold of in the UK, but are a must for anyone who likes to make their own 'authentic' sauce.


Allen Boatman
 

BLACK SCORPION TONGUE

Species: Annuum Origin: Unknown Heat: Medium

This large plant can grow up to 4ft tall and is a prolific producer of 'tongue' shaped pods which mature from purple, through to llight cream and finally to a red / orange colour.


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan
 

BODE (BODI)

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Very Hot

Originally from Recife in the Pernambuco area of Brazil, but now found throughout north and northeast Brazil. This very attractive white flowering 2ft tall bushy plant produces good yields of very small 'Tepin like' round chiles witha slight dimple on one side. They are approximately inch round and mature from light green, to yellow, to orange and then to red around 90 days after transplanting. Despite there searing heat, these chiles have a wonderful smokey fruity flavour. Fantastic for bringing a bland curry to life! . Both yellow and red versions of this varieties are available.


Julian Livsey

Mark McMullan
 

BOLIVIAN RAINBOW

Species: Annuum Origin: Bolivia Heat: Medium

Grown for centuries in Bolivia, this stunning ornamental 2-3ft purple flowering plant produces hundreds of " long by " wide upright growing edible peppers. The peppers are shaped like small bullets and mature through various shades of purple to yellows, oranges and finally to bright red when ripe. The full rainbow of colours are present at the same time. Although the fruits are highly ornamental, they are also very pungent so care should be taken when fruits are handled. Probably one of the best choices for those seeking to brighting up the patio or garden. ## HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ##


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen
 

BUBBA (GRIF 9221)

Species: Bacatuum Origin: Colombia Heat: Hot

This 6' tall plant is multi-branching and very prolific. The 3-5in pods ripen from green to orange and finally to red approximately 60 days after transplanting. The plant displays green, orange and red on the pod a the same time. Pods are medium flesh with the typical fruity baccatum aroma and flavour. The plant is also tolerant of cooler weather.


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Jukka Kilpinen
 

CAP 363

Species: Pubescens Origin: Unknown Heat: Unknown

Description currently unavailable.


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan
 

CAP 501

Species: Chacoense Origin: Unknown Heat: Unknown

A very rare small white flowering wild species native to Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. It is known locally as 'Tova' or 'Covincho' in Paraguay. The Plant has an erect growing habit and is approximately 80 cm tall. The erect pods are elongated, triangular, 2.5 cm long, 0.5 cm wide and mature from green to red.


Mark McMullan

Virtual Pepper
 

CAPSICUM EXILE

Species: Exile Origin: Bolivia Heat: Unknown

A white flowering wild species not commercially grown, although several Chile enthusiasts have successfully grown the cultivar 'Cobincho'. This plant is very unlike most other capsicums. Plants can grow to over 130 cm tall with small, smooth leaves. Note the yellow anthers on the flowers.


Mats & Patricia Pettersson

Mark McMullan
 

CAPSICUM EXIMIUM

Species: Eximium Origin: Bolivia Heat: Unknown

This is one of the purple flowered species; the others being Capsicum. Pubescens and Capsicum Cardenasii which are thought to have an, as yet to be discovered common ancestor. It has a somewhat sprawly habit and the small red pods are hot. The species originates in Bolivia where it is known as Ulupica de Chaco


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen
 

 

 

AJI CHOMBO
PIMENTA DE CHEIRO (PI 441518)
BLACK SCORPION TONGUE
BODE (BODI)
BOLIVIAN RAINBOW
CAPSICUM EXILE
CAPSICUM EXIMIUM
CAPSICUM GALAPAGOENSE (GRIF 1567)
CAPSICUM PRAETERMISSUM (PI 441654)
CAPSICUM LANCEOLATUM
HYPER PUBE (CAP 217)
CAP 363
CAP 501
CARMINE (PI 215731)
CARONOG
CGN 19198 (GRIF 14039)
DATIL (PI 281435)
FATALII RED
FLUORESCENT PURPLE
BUBBA (GRIF 9221)
CHOCOLATE HABANERO
HABANERO LONG CHOCOLATE
HABANERO WHITE BULLET TM
IVORIAN PIMENTE
JALAPENO
TRUE JAMAICAN SCOTCH BONNET
JAMAICAN RED HOT
LOCOTA (PI 497676)
MALAGUETA (PI 497984)
MALAYSIAN CHILI
MARABA (PI 497977)
MASQUERADE
MEXICAN RED
PERUVIAN SHINY RED (PI 238051)
LOCATO (PI 387838)
PI 439402
PI 439414
PI 585261
ULTRA PUBE (PI 585266)
SUPER PUBE (PI 593622)
PI 593624
PI 614001
THAI ORANGE
NAGA JOLOKIA PURPLE
SPECTRAL
7 POD (7 POT)
ROCOTO LARGO SAN ISIDRO
TRINIDAD SCORPION
NAGA MORICH (DORSET NAGA)
PIMENTA DE NEYDE
PINK HABANERO
HALLOWEEN F1