I do too - voted rocoto. The pods are delicious and not too hot so usable in most things, plus the plants are really tough to get right and so a grow down challenge like that would be awesome.
Though I would add that depending on where you live rocotos could be easier or harder to grow.
It would be an indoor grow for me in that case. Perhaps even build a sunroom situation with ac. I can start rocotos Jan 1 and by March they are the biggest plants to be planted outside. They do quite well into April and sometimes May, loads of flowers no fruit, then they slow as the summer hit begins, continually growing and water hogging but slowly. Sprawling. Slowly. Until October and then they send new terminals out and go crazy for about a month before frost hits. At the end of it all I may end up with 5 pods total. Indoors....pubes do very well. Almost annoyingly well.
The biggest rocoto pods Ive seen were in a market in Iquitos, Peru. These are the only variety Ive been growing. Boated Im from the higher mountain regions. Think cool climate, higher elevation, short days (only available light in between mountains), would be interesting!
Lets see how the voting goes! May the best pod win.
Edited by Pepper-Guru, 22 November 2018 - 06:13 PM.