Brazilian Starfish. 5,000 - 30,000 Scoville Units. Capsicum baccatum. The Brazilian Starfish is a uniquely shaped pepper. This tall plant has a vine like habit and produces good yields of 1 - 2 inch wide starfish-shaped peppers. These crispy, crunchy and fruity peppers perfect for pickling or just eating raw in salad. The white flowers of this plant are also very attractive with the very distinctive greenish-yellow markings.
‘Lipstick’ pimiento peppers produce a profusion of small, thick-walled fruit with a subtle tartness. They're fantastic for stuffing! To learn more about growing peppers like these, see http://www.grow-it-organically.com/growing-peppers.html.
Chilli Pepper Topaz: This new cayenne chilli pepper grows to abaout 18in tall and gives a heavy and very attractive crop of conical fruit which are yellow orange at maturity. Its a spicy fairly hot one which we like in stir fries.