Aji Amarillo in Austin

I'm growing a Peruvian Aji Amarillo and its a great big beautiful plant with big beautiful Ajis. The problem is they've been big beautiful ajis verdes for more than a month now and show no signs of turning amarillo. Has anyone else had any experience with these peppers?
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Thyro wrote:

They take a long time. I'm not sure exactly which pepper you have; I've grown a capsicum baccatum in Minnesota that has quite large (5 to 7 inches long) fruit that start out yellow-green and eventually turn orangey-red. I don't get many red ones because they take over a month to fully ripen. I'm growing another baccatum this year that someone sent me the seeds -- he called them "Limon de Peru", and I've only seen one yellow pepper so far this year. I guess it took about 4 to 6 weeks to fully ripen. The limon peppers turn bright golden yellow when fully ripe, and they are only about 3 inches long (and I think they taste better than the other variety I usually grow)
I like them better green anyway.
Best regards, Bob
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Thanks Bob!
I guess I just have to be patient.
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Thanks Bob!
I guess I'll just have to be patient...
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