I would bet money that the "Candy Cane" is a Fish pepper crossed with something. It looks just like a fish pepper but with larger pods. The "Mad Hatter" does look a lot like a Bishop's Crown/ Bishop's Hat. These should be quite decent peppers, easy to grow and pretty good flavor if they are anything like the varieties that they resemble. "Mad Hatter" is supposed to be a baccatum, and I've never had a bad tasting baccatum, so that one at least should be OK. Hmm, I see the description on this AAS webpage lists the "common name" of the Mad Hatter F1 as the Bishop's Crown pepper, so I'm not exactly sure what is going on with that: http://all-americase...per-mad-hatter/
I have not heard of an Orange Naga Viper specifically, but I have seen red, chocolate, and even purple variants, so why not orange?
I tend to agree with Karoo that those first two just sound like made up names for new crosses. I'm not surprised to see stores selling F1 crosses though, they do it all the time with hybrid tomatoes. F1 hybrids are usually pretty consistent, can be quite vigorous, high yielding and disease resistant. Plus, it forces the customers to keep buying the same seeds or plants again every year.Go to the full post