So I wondered if I could find some interesting peppers there.
If so, how should I do this?
I've already checked thechileman.org to get a list of varieties coming from the Caribbean and the West Indies.
I know I'll spend some time on the markets to buy local peppers (along with some info about them).
I also contacted the botanical institute there to ask for info and litterature.
Would it be worth it to try and find live pepper plants in the forest as well or would it be a waste of time?
As those are islands with a lot of isolated and endemic species, do you think it would be possible for me to find landraces growing in the wild or am I just dreaming?
By the way, when do pepper plant produce fruits in this kind of tropical climate? All year round? During the dry season? During the wet season?
Any ideas or advice?
Edited by The Hot Pepper, 14 February 2018 - 07:46 PM.