If you enter "Wild Brazil" into the forum search box while viewing this thread then you'll see it was mentioned a number of times in this thread. I don't know of a way to link to the search query. Here's a quote of a post by Nigel that has grown it:Spicy Mushroom said:Is the 'Wild Brazil' a wild type or is the name fooling me? That was one of the varieties I had on my list of next seeds to buy.
Nigel said:Have a look at Pepperlover.com and Rainbowchiliseeds.com. They have an excellent selection of wild Capsicums and both send out excellent quality seeds.
The seeds of some species are a pain to germinate and take 20-40 days, occasionally longer.
I`d recommend a wild Tepin or Calusa Indian Mound (C.annuum), a wild C.baccatum, any C.praetermissum and a wild chinense such as Wild Brazil.
Be prepared to start talking in letters and numbers, rather than normal English; CGN 21503, PI 439528, CAP 501 etc etc etc [/size]
It isn`t nearly as pubescent as [background=#f7f7f7]PI 441654. In fact, the growth is indistinguishable from [/background]PI 596059. I have 3 plants of each and I have to look at the labels to tell them apart.PI 596059 is also supposed to be C.baccatum var baccatum and I have buds on the plants, but no open flowers yet.