frutescens Eximium x frutescens

A few years ago I bought seeds from fataliiseeds called eximium x frutescens. I was wondering if anyone know the history of this pepper and if it is truly a cross between eximium and frutescens. According to the crossing matric eximium will cross with frutescens and and even baccatum. Has anyone here ever crossed a eximium with either frutescens or baccatum? I have never seen or heard of it and wondered what the flowers might look like.
 
Peppermafia said:
A few years ago I bought seeds from fataliiseeds called eximium x frutescens. I was wondering if anyone know the history of this pepper and if it is truly a cross between eximium and frutescens. According to the crossing matric eximium will cross with frutescens and and even baccatum. Has anyone here ever crossed a eximium with either frutescens or baccatum? I have never seen or heard of it and wondered what the flowers might look like.
couple years back i purchased seeds for Fruxim (frutescens x eximium) though not from Fataliiseeds.  I purchased my seeds from Mojopeppers.
 
I have since saved and grown it each year
I have noticed some variation in the flowers though none have ever looked like eximium flowers to me
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5 Petal  this is the more common on those i have grown out then the 6 petal
 
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6 Petal
 
as you can see neither look like many of the other eximium flowers.
 
 
I originally got two different phenotypes, but only continued to save seeds from the larger podded type which i also thought tasted better
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they ripen from a pale green to a green with purple blush, at which time the green starts to become less pale
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as the purple begins to fade away they start to turn Red
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they continue to ripen until they are a candy apple red 
 
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They do not fall of easily when picked like many other frutescens I have grown do 
 
While they seem to me to be much more frutescens than eximium I will continue to grow them, as i like; the taste, burn profile, and they are decently productive even here in my short growing season. 
 
wish i could find more pictures, hope my response is of some help to you
 
:cheers:
G.I.P.
 
My peppers look different than both of yours.i have never seen eximium cross with anything but pubescens so I wonder what they would look like crossed with frutescens or baccatum?
 
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