I've never seen a chili pepper flower this beautiful before :blobcatmelt:
Now I'm waiting for the peppers themselves!

So, in the first picture there are two plants born fro the @opensourcegardens seed. They look pretty much the same but, if you take a closer look, they are so different! In the second picture you can see some green horn-shaped peppers with white and purple flowers, while in the third you clearly see some round black peppers. What happened? That's so strange! @plants

Black Heart is such beautiful plant 🖤
Also the leaves can becme nice blends of green and purple 💚💜

@GwenfarsGarden yup,
solanaceae looks all the same. We planted a bunch of aubergines a month ago and we discovered only last week that two of them were solanum nigrum :bloblewd: @opensourcegardens @plants

@GwenfarsGarden @absinthe @plants wow, this interesting! the black pepper in the third picture is how the plant/fruit usually looks like... whatever happened to the plant in the second picture, we are going to ask the breeder, let's see what he says

@opensourcegardens I'm sure these aren't cross-pollinated, at least by our plants, since we do not have any other chilli with blossom right now. Moreover the flowers themselves are different, before the pollination... I'll wait for your answer since I'm pretty curious myself! @GwenfarsGarden @plants

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