ETHIOPIAN BROWN (PI 194908)

Species: Baccatum Origin: Ethiopia Heat: Hot

Description currently unavailable.


© Chris Phillips
 

HOT TREE PEPPER (PI 267729)

Species: Baccatum Origin: Guatemala Heat: Hot

This medium sized vigorous, variety is late maturing; producing 3in long x 0.75in wide curved, glossy pods which mature from green to red.This variety is also listed as CAP 1033


© Julian Livsey

© Julian Livsey
 

JALAPENO JALORO F1

Species: Annuum Origin: USA Heat: Medium

A hybridised Jalapeno variety. This is the first yellow jalapeno pepper developed, from the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Fruit is a beautiful golden yellow before turning orange then red, making for a beautiful show on the compact plants. Peppers are just as hot as regular jalapenos. As a bonus, plants are resistant to six viruses that threaten peppers. 70 days.


© Mark McMullan

© Julian Livsey
 

JARANDA

Species: Annuum Origin: Spain Heat: Unknown

Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


© Whitekoohii

© Whitekoohii
 

JARIZA

Species: Annuum Origin: Spain Heat: Unknown

Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


© Whitekoohii

© Whitekoohii
 

JEROMIN

Species: Annuum Origin: Spain Heat: Unknown

Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


© Whitekoohii

© Whitekoohii
 

MANZANO CANARIO

Species: Pubescens Origin: Mexico Heat: Very Hot

Manzano means 'apple' which describes the appearence of the fruits - like small apples. Like its cousin the Rocoto, this variety has unusual black seeds which are very hard (like apple pips) and should be removed before eating. Manzano comes generally in three types, Amarillo, Rojo (Red) and Canario (Yellow). Also known as 'Caballo' in Guatemala. An immature pod is shown here.


© Mark McMullan

© Mark McMullan
 

PI 257166

Species: Chinense Origin: Peru Heat: Unknown

Fruit 3 by 1cm, lemon yellow, slender


© Allen M Boatman

© Julian Livsey
 

PI 281353 (CGN 17020)

Species: Frutescens Origin: Northern Mariana Islands Heat: Hot

Description currently unavailable.


© Mark McMullan

© Julian Livsey
 

PI 439449

Species: Chinense Origin: Peru Heat: Unknown

Productive brown chinense.


© Julian Livsey

© Julian Livsey
 

 

 

AJI BENITO
BENI HIGHLANDS
BODE (BODI)
BOLA (CAP1655)
CGN 16905
CHEIRO RECIFE
COBINCHO
HOT TREE PEPPER (PI 267729)
JALAPENO JALORO F1
MANZANO CANARIO
PI 257166
PI 281353 (CGN 17020)
PI 439449
TURBO PUBE (PI 585267)
RAIN FOREST
SERRANO TAMPIQUEÑO
CHOCOLATE (BROWN) CONGO
AGNETTO GOLD THICK
7 POD (7 POT)
ETHIOPIAN BROWN (PI 194908)
JARANDA
JARIZA
JEROMIN