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AjiOmnicolorPepperSeeds

Aji Omnicolor Pepper Seeds

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This ornamental and edible pepper matures from pale yellow to a purple spotty color to yellow, then orange and finally red and grow to 2.5 inches.  It sometimes has a multicolored appearance during ripening and can be utilized to brighten landscaping. A robust citrus-fruity flavor, that is sweet but comes with a little bit of heat, similar to the heat of cayenne pepper.  

Species: Capsicum bacattum 

Heat Level30000 – 50000 Scoville Heat Units  

Type: Hot, Ornamental 

OriginPeru  

Days to Harvest:  75-90 Days  

Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Kayley Bowen
Amazing!

My best producer this year, however it is the only bacattum that I planted. In zone 5A, I started seeds indoors in January and transplanted to an unheated high tunnel in May. I started getting ripe peppers in July, and have strung up enough to make a good amount of hot pepper sauce, rub, seasoning, or whatever else I feel like making to put away for the winter, which is the ultimate goal! I had no idea this plant would get so bushy, it doesn't need staking but it does need space.

The only thing I'd mention here is that these peppers are HOT! I basically grew up in a sports bar and have been taking shots of hot wing sauce (ghost pepper) to clear my sinuses in order to work since I was 16. This pepper is hot, even for me! The first time I tried it I chopped it up and put it in a grilled cheese, and it was a pleasurable hot at first, but then so hot that my mouth just went numb and I couldn't feel my tongue or lips. Maybe some genetic variability still in this strain.

Hopefully this was helpful!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Kayley Bowen
Amazing!

My best producer this year, however it is the only bacattum that I planted. In zone 5A, I started seeds indoors in January and transplanted to an unheated high tunnel in May. I started getting ripe peppers in July, and have strung up enough to make a good amount of hot pepper sauce, rub, seasoning, or whatever else I feel like making to put away for the winter, which is the ultimate goal! I had no idea this plant would get so bushy, it doesn't need staking but it does need space.

The only thing I'd mention here is that these peppers are HOT! I basically grew up in a sports bar and have been taking shots of hot wing sauce (ghost pepper) to clear my sinuses in order to work since I was 16. This pepper is hot, even for me! The first time I tried it I chopped it up and put it in a grilled cheese, and it was a pleasurable hot at first, but then so hot that my mouth just went numb and I couldn't feel my tongue or lips. Maybe some genetic variability still in this strain.

Hopefully this was helpful!