I never got around to the Wild Brazil varieties this year, between the aphids and weather, I completely forgot about them until a couple weeks ago. I'm really on the fence on whether to try germinating them now, or just waiting until late winter.I thought I'd post a pic of the crossed Uvalde, which has already started to ripen a few peppers on round two.
@CraftyFox, in recognition of the very apt "de-sorta" name you gave to my crossed rocoto deseda I sent you, I thought I'd dub this one
Wild Brazil Orange set just two pods while inside, then stopped abruptly on the transition outside. Hopefully it will return to flowering soon.
There certainly growing for you!They’re really growing on me!
The wild brazil yellow grows tall like a tree and produces well, but has taken a little time in getting there, at least for me. The wild brazil orange has taken it's DS time about producing, but with the aphigeddon I experienced indoors it's hard to assess what it would have done under better circumstances - I havn't grown it before. I wouldn't count on either getting the job done particularly quickly. WBO seems to have slightly bigger pods. IIRC, WBY became very deciduous late in the season when the weather got chilly.I never got around to the Wild Brazil varieties this year, between the aphids and weather, I completely forgot about them until a couple weeks ago. I'm really on the fence on whether to try germinating them now, or just waiting until late winter.
Those Uvald-ain't look great! Are they juicy like the Uvalde? Are they Decidulicous? I'd be curious to know how easy they clone too, if you ever mess with them like that. I should have the newbie Gen 2 Uvalde potted today and isolating in about a week. The first one has gotten a little beyond now, unless I hack it back. (Which I might!)
The dark pods are purple on the sunny side,Those stems look sweet! Are those pods chocolate from sun, or from jump? They look pretty tasty!