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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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AJI CITO

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Hot
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This is the hottest baccatum measured so far by the New Mexico State University (NMSU). This plant produces good yields of 2" long by " wide yellow pedant shaped peppers which are similar in appearance to the more common 'Lemon Drop'. There peppers are very pungent and mature from green to yellow approximatly 90 days after transplanting The plant has green stems, green leaves and the characterstic baccatum type white flowers with greenish-yellow markings. Approximately 100000 scoville heat units.


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen

AJI COCHABAMBA

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Bolivia | Heat: Medium
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The cultivar, 'Cochabamba' produces pods that are pointed, measuring 4 inches by .75 inch. They mature from green to red and have a medium pungency. The plant is tall and can reach over five feet in height with dark green foliage and leaves that measure seven inches in length. These species tend to have a spicy and fruity flavor that goes well with fish. An average plant will produce forty small and oval pods.


AJI COHINCHO

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown
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AJI COLORADO

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Bolivia | Heat: Hot
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This very prolific, tall variety from the Peruvian Andes produces brilliantly coloured 3 to 5in pendant shaped pods, which are slightly wrinkled. The pods mature from green to a brownish red approximately 75-80 days after transplanting. These tasty peppers are used both fresh and in their dried powdered form.


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen

AJI CRIOLLA SELLA

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Bolivia | Heat: Hot
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An Aji type, this medium sized 24in plants produces 2-3" fruits that ripen from light green to golden yellow approximately 100 days after transplanting. The peppers are quite pungent and have lemony overtones. A very nice variety.


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan

AJI CRISTAL (PI 281320)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Chile | Heat: Medium
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A beautiful variety from Curico in Chile, this 2-3ft tall plant produces good yields of 3 " long by 1 " wide pendant shaped pods which mature from light green, to pale yellow and then to red approximately 90 days after transplanting. Pods have a citrus like flavour and many say they are best eaten when immature. Excellent for making salsa. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) variety PI 281320.


Mark McMullan

Julian Livsey

AJI DE MESA (PI 257143)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Medium
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This wild variety, part of the species Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum produces 2 " long by " wide peppers that mature from green to red. The plant has green stems, green leaves, and white flowers. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) variety number PI 257143


AJI ESCABECHE (PI 260580)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Bolivia | Heat: Mild
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This tall vigorous variety produces 5" long by 1 " wide pods which mature from green to red approximately 85 days after transplanting. The pods are mildly pungent. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) number PI 260580.


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AJI EXPLODING FIRE

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Medium
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These fiery little pistols grow erect on a medium tall plant. The pods grow approximately " long and " wide and are very similar to the Bird Aj in flavour, flesh and appearence. The mature from green to orange and then to red in around 90 days but watch out as the birds love 'em.


Allen M Boatman

Allen M Boatman

AJI FRANCOS

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Unknown
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AJI GOLDEN

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


Jukka Kilpinen

Jukka Kilpinen

AJI HABANERO

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Medium
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2 to 2.5 inches long by 0.5 to 0.75 inches wide; Andean Aji Type; matures from yellow green to orange; pendant pods; from S. America; Uses: Tall Variety; Long Season;Very interesting taste. Combination of sweet and sour taste. Not too hot, just nice little heat.


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Jakob Axelsson

AJI LEMON DROP (PI 315024)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Hot
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This terrifically hot, citrus-flavored pepper is a popular seasoning pepper in Peru where it is known as 'Kellu Uchu'. It is also known in the western world as 'Hot lemon' or 'Lemon Drop'. The bright yellow, crinkled, cone-shaped fruits are about 2-1/2" long and 1/2" wide and mature from green to yellow approximately 100 days after transplanting (Long season) have less seeds than the average pepper, containing than 15 seeds on average. They plant is vine like typically reaching a height of about 3 ft. Like other baccatum species this pepper was practically unknown in the West until the early 1990s, but are now gaining wide scale popularity.


Mark McMullan

Julian Livsey

AJI LIMON (PERU YELLOW)

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Peru | Heat: Hot
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Also called Peru Yellow. The hot fruits grows horizontally and sometimes erect. Measuring about 1,5 inches long and 0,5 inches in diameter, the pods have lemony overtones that suites fish and shellfish, as well chicken, ceviche, salsa, mojo, and salads


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AJI LITTLE FINGER

Species: Baccatum | Origin: Unknown | Heat: Medium
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Tall plant, typical of baccatum species. Small 2 inch fruits ripening to red in 80 days. Heat level up to 5,000 Scoville Units.


Julian Livsey

Julian Livsey

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