Aji Habanero chile pepper
I grew one of these last year, and it did quite well. Great taste (a favorite, in fact, right after Aji Fulce 1). About as hot as Cayenne (it's not a Habanero). It's prolific, and the earliest C. baccatum I've grown. Easiest to grow, too. Large plant (but leaves aren't large and stems aren't thick). Does well in containers (one plant in a 10 gallon, and two plants in an 18-gallon; I haven't tried other configurations). Would probably do well in the ground, but haven't tried it.
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I'm growing four plants this year. Three are doing excellently. The other one is small and not doing much. Maybe it was a cross.