New twist in this story is.. This was never meant to be a Fatalii.
This plant was supposed to be a 'Aji Limo'.
CD, does your theory still hold? Sorry for the confusion lol.
Oh, in that case, never mind...
Sure, the theory holds the same with Aji Limo. Another interesting thing here is that you're pulling yellow in the F1. Yellow is a recessive trait and this type of yellow looks (to me anyway) like a combination of of two recessive genes (y and c2), so to get yellow and introduce A into the F1 it would have had to cross with a plant that carried not only the y and c2,but also the A too. The odds would suggest the pollen donor wasn't red - though it could have been.
This one has the potential for some interesting things in F2. The yellow color should be stable already, unless it were to possibly go white - unlikely, though possible. But you could get variation in how purple the immature pods are (a lighter purple is possible) and whether the purple stays through maturity so you can't see the underlying yellow.
Do you remember what the flowers looked like? Was there color in the corolla?Go to the full post