I purchased several varieties of pepper seeds this year from Tomato Growers
Supply including a "reduced heat Habanero" named Aji Dulce. Was supposed to
look and taste like a red habanero without the enormous heat.
The fruit that grew looks and taste nothing like described and would
probably best be described as a yellow cayenne type fruit. Also, tried
Cascabel which is supposed to be a round cherry pepper shape and that one is
growing fruit that is shaped like a regular bell pepper. My question is
this, has anyone in this group ordered seeds from this place and did you
have any similar problems? I will be writing this company soon to voice my
brokers. They are grown all over the world from thailand to Chile--this
requires some tight controls on the part of seed sellers and sometimes these
controls are not good enough. The globalization of the seed production industry
makes the possibilty of errors higher than in the past.
Thanks for the heads up. I had looked at their stuff and thought
about ordering a few that are difficult to find. FWIW, a aji peppers
that I grow are yellow, about the size of a long jalapeno, and
wrinkled somewhat in the long axis. I believe they are from Peru.
So, maybe yours was a cross that did not turn out quite as expected.
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