Capsicum Baccatum

Capsicum baccatum species is quite different from all other domesticated species of peppers and is also the least cultivated and least widespread of them all.
They are identified by their black seeds and hairy leaves (the name component pubescens means hairy).This unusual species is grown primarily in South America, where it is referred to locally as "Aji". All of the peppers in this species have a distinctive capsaicinoid content, which gives them a flavour and heat that is different from all other peppers. Some of the cultivars are even hotter than the habanero! A significant trait of this species is its ability to withstand and even thrive in temperatures that are lower than the temperatures other pepper plants can handle.

[Seeds] - Caribbeangardenseed
[Seeds] - Caribbeangardenseed
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10 Pepper Seeds Criolla Sella"Capsicum baccatum , Great fresh, dried or in powder

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Criolla Sella Pepper. Capsicum baccatum 75-80 days Criolla Sella is an heirloom hot pepper native to Bolivia. The fruits are small (3″ long) and me...

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20 Amarillear Hot Peppers Seeds, (Capsicum baccatum.,from Bolivia. - Caribbeangardenseed
20 Amarillear Hot Peppers Seeds, (Capsicum baccatum.,from Bolivia. - Caribbeangardenseed
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20 Amarillear Hot Peppers Seeds, (Capsicum baccatum.,from Bolivia.

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100 days. Capsicum baccatum. Plant produces good yields of ½" long by ¼" wide hot peppers. Peppers grow upright, are very hot, and turn...

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