Here is the CGN 19198 Pepper, Capsicum Eximium, Scoville units: about 5,000+ SHU. This rare pepper (GRIF 14039) originates from Brazil and Bolivia. It is a  edible pepper but mostly seeds and skin. It is said to be one of the easiest wild species of the wild capsicums to grow. The pepper plant in this video is about 2 years old already maybe even older. One plant can produce 100's of pea sized peppers. Plants can get to 5 feet tall but thin and branchy with pods at each node. Grow as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 100 days.
Here is the CGN 19198 Pepper, Capsicum Eximium, Scoville units: about 5,000+ SHU. This rare pepper (GRIF 14039) originates from Brazil and Bolivia. It is a  edible pepper but mostly seeds and skin. It is said to be one of the easiest wild species of the wild capsicums to grow. The pepper plant in this video is about 2 years old already maybe even older. One plant can produce 100's of pea sized peppers. Plants can get to 5 feet tall but thin and branchy with pods at each node. Grow as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 100 days.
Here is the CGN 19198 Pepper, Capsicum Eximium, Scoville units: about 5,000+ SHU. This rare pepper (GRIF 14039) originates from Brazil and Bolivia. It is a  edible pepper but mostly seeds and skin. It is said to be one of the easiest wild species of the wild capsicums to grow. The pepper plant in this video is about 2 years old already maybe even older. One plant can produce 100's of pea sized peppers. Plants can get to 5 feet tall but thin and branchy with pods at each node. Grow as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 100 days.

CGN 19198 Pepper

Capsicum Eximium

Here is the CGN 19198 Pepper, Capsicum Eximium, Scoville units: about 5,000+ SHU. This rare pepper (GRIF 14039) originates from Brazil and Bolivia. It is a  edible pepper but mostly seeds and skin. It is said to be one of the easiest wild species of the wild capsicums to grow. The pepper plant in this video is about 2 years old already maybe even older. One plant can produce 100's of pea sized peppers. Plants can get to 5 feet tall but thin and branchy with pods at each node. Grow as an ornamental, or in the vegetable garden, or both! Open pollinated, 100 days.

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