CGN 23258

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Hot

Description currently unavailable. Note: The CGN classification system for chile varieties indicates an accession from the genebank at Wageningen, The Netherlands


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CHARAPITA (PI 260498)

Species: Chinense Origin: Peru Heat: Very Hot

This bushy plant produces hundreds of hot small round 'Tepin like' peppers. Also known as 'Charapilla' and 'Yellow Fire', it is also very similar (if not the same as) 'Cumani' and 'Tettinas de Monk'' and Yellow 'Jellybean'.


© Mark McMullan

© Mark McMullan
 

CONGO DE NICARAGUA

Species: Chinense Origin: Nicaragua Heat: Very Hot

Description currently unavailable.


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© Allen M Boatman
 

CUMARI O PASSARINHO (PI 497985)

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Very Hot

Description currently unavailable.


© Werner Mathi

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HABANERO MUSTARD

Species: Chinense Origin: Unknown Heat: Very Hot

This is a rare habanero. Large plant (18-32") produce high yields of peach-colored fruits (95-100 days)


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MARABA (PI 497977)

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Very Hot

This variety produces hundreds of .75x.33" smooth, blunt-tipped, pencil-shaped fruits on 2' bush with very dark green leaves; fruits yellow with purple suffusion; another excellent miniature habanaro variety.


© Mats & Patricia Pettersson

© Mats & Patricia Pettersson
 

PERUVIAN SHINY RED (PI 238051)

Species: Chinense Origin: Peru Heat: Very Hot

This variety produces 1.5in long by 1in wide pods which are shaped like large acorns with somewhat lobed wide shoulders tapering to a point. The pods ripen from green to orange and then to red.


© Mark McMullan

© Mark McMullan
 

PI 543202

Species: Chinense Origin: Bolivia Heat: Sweet

Description currently unavailable.


 

PIMENTA BALAOZINHO

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Hot

A Chilli from Tocantins State, North Brazil.


© Werner Mathi

© Werner Mathi
 

PIMENTA MORANGO

Species: Chinense Origin: Brazil Heat: Hot

Name is Portuguese, meaning ”Strawberry Pepper”. The 2-3cm triangluar pods grow pendant and in clusters on tall plant (1metre) and mature from dark purple to light purple and finally to red . Foliage is dark green with purple hue. Flowers set in clusters of 2-6 like other Chinense varieties. Pods are said to be very pungent, tasty and: extremely aromatic


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© CCaminha
 

 

 

BENI MARKET (PI 543205)
AJI CACHUCHA
AJI CHARAPA
AJI YUQUITANIA
AKABARE (GRIF 15868)
BODE (BODI)
CHARAPITA (PI 260498)
CONGO DE NICARAGUA
CUMARI O PASSARINHO (PI 497985)
SWEET DATIL
HABANERO MUSTARD
MARABA (PI 497977)
PERUVIAN SHINY RED (PI 238051)
PI 543202
QUINTISHO
SCOTCH BONNET SWEET
SILING LABUYO (PI 281421)
WILD BOONIE
WILD BRAZIL
WIRI WIRI
YELLOW JELLYBEAN (PI 260501)
AMAZON CHILE ROMA
TETTINAS DE MONK
CGN 23255
CGN 23257
CGN 23258
CGN 20800
TOBAGO SWEET SCOTCH BONNET
PIMENTA MORANGO
PIMENTA BALAOZINHO
PINGO DE OURO