Aji Ahuachapau Chilli Seeds (CAP 220) (c.baccatum)
A very rare baccatum variety, similar in shape and size to Aji Cristal. Aji Ahuachapáu, is the name of a city in El Salvador, Central America. Plants are tall and spindly, and will require staking. Produced fruits ripen from a waxy yellow colour to orange. Fruits can have slightly corrugated skin, along the length. Great tasting, with a quick hit of Tangerine, before the medium heat. Fruits are approximately 8.5 x 2.5 cm in size. Flowers have the distinctive white and green/yellow markings. Plants can grow to 180 cm tall and 80 cm wide.
The CAP classification system for chilli varieties originates from a research institution in Germany.
10 Seeds approximately per pack.
Our seeds are mainly open pollinated, natures way. Occasionally accidental crosses occur.
All of our seeds are from fruits grown by us. All of our photographs are photographs of our own fruit and subject to copyright.