I just love these plants! I have a hedge of them planted between Red Geraniums in the front of my house, and they are a big conversation attraction. They are an old heirloom variety, named Fish since the peppers were used to make a white fish sauce by fishermen (at least that is what I have read). Super hot and beautiful as they color up in all combinations- and the pure white & bright green foliage is awesome to behold! I will have plenty of seeds for SASE if anyone is interested. Just Dmail me
sending D-mail. I've been looking for literally years for a pepper that my GF who was a commercial fisherman, would put in an empty hot sauce bottle and fill with vinegar to put on fried mullet. That bottle was always on the table.
I grew out seeds that I was lucky enough to get from Jo in 2012, just have to say they did great and are still doing well. I grew a couple in containers and I'm trying to over winter them. The plants are pretty and the peppers are great, nice combination.