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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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7 MOLHOS

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Hot
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Light Peach Colored Chinense.


Allen M Boatman

AC 1230 (CGN 21467)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Hot
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Description currently unavailable. Note: The CGN classification system for chile varieties indicates an accession from the genebank at Wageningen, The Netherlands


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen

AGRONOMICO

Species: Annuum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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Description currently unavailable.


AJI BRAZILIAN BONANZA

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Very Hot
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This rare white flowering Aji variety produces heavy yields of 2 " long by " wide hot peppers which grow upright on tall sturdy plants which can grow upto 4ft in height. The peppers mature from green, to orange and then to to red approximately 90 days after transplanting. They are 10 times hotter than most Aji varieties.


Mark McMullan

AJI BRAZILIAN STARFISH (PI 439368)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Hot
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A much sort after and very unusual variety due to its uniquely shaped peppers. This tall plant has a vine like habit and produces good yields of " long by 1 " wide starfish shaped peppers that are very pungent. The peppers mature from green to red approximately 90 days after transplanting. The white flowers of this plant are also very attractive with the distinctive Baccatum greenish-yellow markings. ## HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ##



Mark McMullan

AJI ORCHID (PI 497974)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Mild
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This variety has many names: Balloon, Pimenta Cambuci, Campane, Peri Peri, Ubatuba Cambuci, Aji Flor, Bishops Crown and Bishops Hat to name a few!! This very unusual pod shaped variety is believed to have been transfered from South America to Europe by the Portuguese in the 18th century and is actually part of the species Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum. The plants are quite large growing 3 to 4 ft tall and produce 30 to 50 extremely weird 3 or 4 flat winged, wrinkled almost flying saucer like 1 " wide pods. The flesh of each pod is thin athough crisp to taste and they mature from green to red approximately 90-100 days after seedlings have emerged. The body of the pods have some detectable heat, but the wings are sweet and mild.


Bayou Traders

Semillas La Palma

AJI RED OLIVE

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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Description currently unavailable.


Chile Balcony

Chile Balcony

ALBERTOS

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Mild
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Named after Patricia Pettersson's uncle who grew them on the farm outside Rio de Janeiro. This plant produces 1in x1 1/2 in fruits which mature from light green to orange-yellow and then to red. Also know as Alberto's Locoto.


Mats & Patricia Pettersson

Mats & Patricia Pettersson

AMA 11

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Mild
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This variety was devloped by the Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center. The plant produces good yields of Plant produces good yields of 1 " long by 1 " wide campanulate shaped peppers which have a smokey tropical fruit aroma but no heat. The pods mature from light green to red in approximately 90 days. The plant grows approximately 1ft tall x 1 1/2 ft wide, has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers.


Jeff Nekola UWGB

AMA 12

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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A campanulate variety from Brazil


AMA 6 (GRIF 15855)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Mild
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This variety was devloped by the Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center. The plant produces good yields of 2 " long by 1 " wide campanulate shaped peppers which have a fruity aroma but no heat. The pods mature from light green to red in approximately 100 days. The plants grow approx 1ft tall x 2ft wide and has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers.


Jeff Nekola UWGB

AMA 7

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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A campanulate variety from Brazil


AMA 8 (GRIF 15857)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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A campanulate variety from Brazil


AMETISTA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Mild
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A thick fleshed, bright purple ornamental variety which grows up to 1.5 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. The pods have an earthy deep sweet tones. Commonly pickled and used to decorate salads.


ANO TODO (PI 497971)

Species: Annuum | Origin: Brazil | Heat: Unknown
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