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Capsicum species - Chili Pepper


Capsicum species - Chili Pepper (Capsicum species)

This plant is in a pot. I used to have this Chili pepper plant in the ground. It grows to almost tree-like proportions...so, now it stays in a small pot. The peppers go from green to red and purple then black. Photo taken Jan. 14, 2013.



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I have chilli envy!

15 Jan, 2013

 

Lulu33:

The chili plants here in San Diego can grow very large and produce copious amounts of chili peppers all year.

15 Jan, 2013

 

Are these weet and do they have any heat to them?

22 Jan, 2013

 

This pepper will catch your mouth on fire!!! lol!
I rarely use them because they're so, so very HOT!

I like it as an ornamental because large plants remind me of Christmas trees. The peppers change from green to red, purple and then black.

23 Jan, 2013

 

No good for me then I can't do heat.....

24 Jan, 2013

 

I use one pepper for a whole big pot of chili beans. I can't tolerate spicy hot foods either.

24 Jan, 2013

 

Age thing with me, could eat all sorts when I was a girl!!

28 Jan, 2013

 

It's the same with me. It's the pits getting older! LOL! :>)

29 Jan, 2013



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