CAP 306 Chilli Seeds (c.baccatum)
Very little is known about this rare, little, nameless gem. A wild baccaum variety, of unknown origin. Fruits are small and slightly elongated. The fruits grow erect on the plant. Plants tend to produce a single main stem and start to separate at about 2 foot. Fruits ripen from dark green to orange, then red. A really good looking plant.
Plants can grow to a minimum of 150 cm tall and 100 cm wide, in the first year. These can be quite late to fruit. The CAP classification system for chilli varieties originates from a research institution in Germany. Flowers have the distinctive white and green/yellow markings, but are slightly smaller than domestic varieties.
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.