Wild chili peppers

Wild chili peppers also amazingly still exist today and have given life to the approx. 1000 chili species cultivated world-wide. Their chilies tend to be quite small in size, with the 'tepin chili' being one of the most known wild seed species of
Tepin pepper (Capsicum annuum var. aviculare)
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2 original chili pepper varieties, the ancestors of Habanero and other famous cultivars
Articles combined in set
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Chili pepper 'Pimenta Pingo De Ouro' (Capsicum chinense)
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Wild chilli pepper 'Chacoense' (Capsicum chacoense)
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the capsicum annuum-varieties from Mexico.
In Mexico wild chili seeds are still hand-picked, dried and marketed, however, due to the labour intense process, they can be very expensive.