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Capsicum Rhomboideum

Capsicum Rhomboideum  (Capsicum Rhomboideum)

Capsicum: Rhomboideum
Origin: Southern Mexico to Northern Peru
PI: 645680
A very exotic and rare wild pepper bearing tiny, pea size red fruits without heat. This species is noteworthy as one of the remaining primitive wild peppers, an almost living fossil and part of a group of possible forbearers of the more common domesticated species.

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you seem to like all capsicums :)

2 Dec, 2012


I had no idea that the flowers were so varied!

3 Dec, 2012


Thanks for the comment Bik, I went to your blog and found some great landscape photos and flowers. In Indiana we have flat ground as far as the eye can see.

And yes, I am really in to capsicums and tomatoes.


4 Dec, 2012

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