An update. Most of the plants are still out on the balcony. Temperatures are almost summer-like.
Here is the classic - Chile de arbol.
This one is new for me. Yellow chicken heart. It's really hotter than I expected.
The good old rocopica. A cross between Capsicum cardenasii and pubescens.
The bode roxa is a beauty. I will try to keep it inside for the winter.
Aji chinchi amarillo. Haven't tasted this one yet. The shape is different, and I'm sure it's a good one :-) Since it's a baccatum.
Pimenta cambuci. Mild, with a nice taste.
I don't know the name of this one. I call it CA1, being a Capsicum annuum. No heat. Like a bell pepper.
This is a type of aji amarillo, but since I lost the name of it, I call it CB1.
Mareka fana (berbere). Haven't tasted it yet. I don't expect it to be so hot. But I have misjudged the heat before.
Roumanian gallo. A peperoncino. Not very hot. It had a rough start with spider mites, but has somewhat recovered.
More pimenta cambuci.
This is another noname. I call it CA2. The plant reminds me of goatsweed, but the pods are more like serranos. Here is the flower. Capsicum annuum.
My old malagueta. I like the way the flowers come in clusters.
CB1. Beautiful shape. That "typical" pepper shape.
Malagueta flowers. Capsicum frutescens. A great plant. I guess it likes it a little warmer than here in Stockholm, but it's doing fine.
Another CB1. Nice shape.
And last, but not least, my favorite - dedo de moca.
Wishing you a great week!