Thursday, 13 January 2011

A Brazilian trio

Yesterday and today, three more varieties showed up.

It was the Girino (that I grew a couple of years ago). I think it's a C. chinense. It's a very nice one.

And my old favorite malagueta. The small variety that I bought 2001 on the market in Salvador, Brazil. I think that it's amazing to see that 10 year old seeds still are ok. I really hope that it will survive, but so far it looks good! This picture is some years old.

And the third variety is one that I got from a friend in Brazil. He calls it "black pepper". It will be exciting to see what it turns out to be :-)

Wishing you all a nice end of the working week.

Regards from a "lightless" and ice-slippery Stockholm.

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