Looks even crazier in the video. Great to see the in-situ context on both of those videos though, thanks for taking the time to upload.
C.flexuosum variegated pedicel, taking pollen as and when flowers open on this section
A very fine idea, Pr0d! I would be honored to participate ifAll glory to the venerable ones,Clayton Ribeiro and Chris Fowler! Their dream of saving rare Capsicum from extinction is alive and well. Since I am done harvesting C.friburgense,it's time to start some sort of seed train for a vetted group of folks on THP. It's probably a good time to get this moving in the near future as you'll need to be sowing these no later than the start of February in order to get ripe pods in a season.
To the individuals linked: If there are members you feel are not total clowns,thieves,reprobates or in cahoots with the Pepper Darlings or Brazilian Mafia then link them here and we will dig through the names. It has been a very long time since I have saved or shared seeds of peppers and I'm hoping that this will have an old THP following,maybe even a community Glog. And hope that it steers completely clear of the what have you done for me lately mentality,or canning of good friends for simple seeds with literally no value. Cheers!
P.S. Any PM will get you barred from the offer.
Really awesome reporting. CC! ,Loving the fine photographsI don’t really follow or frequent places where any drama happens so can’t really comment. I just grow things to learn, share where I can and try to make not-quite-as-nice-as-nature new things
Back to the pictures as I need to catchup.
PI260567 (C.baccatum var. baccatum)
C.rabenii x PI 260567 F1 hybrid
C.rhomboideum, love growing these. Must look amazing in the wild when established as a big, dense, plant covered in flower and fruit clusters
CAP 1445 (C.chacoense), really like the flavour on this one