Ajima Chile Pepper
Capsicum annuum 'Ajima'
Uses: Culinary Duration: Annual
When to Sow: Spring Ease of Germination: Easy
(Piri-piri) This chile pepper is from a tiny village called Ajimakope, located in the Volta Region of Ghana, in West Africa. Inaccessible by road, our collectors had to hike in, fording a river along the way. It is an heirloom of the Ajima family, a family of traditional herbalists and farmers. Ajima pepper is a local variation of the piri piri peppers found throughout much of sub-Saharan Africa. Piri-piri peppers are believed to have arrived from South America and became established in the wild centuries ago. Piri-piri peppers can vary a lot but this has mild heat and a nice woodsy flavour. There is hardly a dish prepared in the village in which this pepper is not used. Plants reach a height of 50-60cm (20-24").
S9540 SeedZoo(tm) Seeds 25 seeds
Not to U.S.A., E.U.
Currency: United States Dollar

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