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Capsicum Frutescens feed

C. frutescens (meaning "bushy") Not as many varieties of this exists or are domestically grown as some of the other pepper species. They are characterized by compact growth, and can make good container plants. The peppers tend to grow upright rather than pendant and are usually red, orange or yellow. This species includes the world-famous Tabasco Pepper, as well as the Zimbabwe Bird Pepper, the Cambodian Angkor Sunrise and the Brazilian Malagueta.


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Assam

$2.00
dries easy good for making powder, even the fresh pod have strong pungency 
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Bradley’s Bahamian

$3.00
This plant was found growing outside a small cave on the Island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas 
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CGN22792, pi260478,aji Chuncho ,SA252

$3.00
pepper tree there it will reach over 6 feet tall and 4feet wide 
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INDIAN P-C1

$2.00
4 feet tall loaded with uprights 2 inches pod, the pods are firm with nasty dry heat 
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PI 281353 (CGN 17020)

$3.00
Native wild pepper from Northern Mariana Islands 
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The Malagueta PI 497984

$3.00
pepper that turns from dark green to bright red. It is about 1" in length at maturity. They are from 60,000-100,000 on the scoville heat scale 
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