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Capsicum baccatum

Capsicum baccatum means "berry-like" and the word Aji is used in the name to indicate that. The baccatum species is widely grown in South America and now around the world. Characterized by diffuse yellow or green spots the flowers have on the base of the corolla lobes (flower petals). Plants are fairly tall for peppers, up to about 5 feet. The peppers can range in size from small berries for some wild varieties, to almost a foot in length, are often brightly colored. This species includes such peppers as the Aji Amarillo, Aji Colorado, Aji Andean and Lemon Drop. This page will have most of the Capsicum baccatum species we offer on There will be varieties on this page that won't be anywhere else on this site. when you see (HR) then it's one of ours! If you don't see what you're looking for, try a site search or check our PEPPER & TOMATO SEED LIST page.

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