Capsicum baccatum auct. non L.
Family: Solanaceae
[Capsicum baccatum var. baccatum L.,  more]
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Carstor  
Pepper varieties in the C. baccatum species have white or cream colored flowers, and typically have a green or gold corolla. The flowers are either insect or self-pollinated. The fruit pods of the baccatum species have been cultivated into a wide variety of shapes and sizes, unlike other capsicum species, which tend to have a characteristic shape. The pods typically hang down, unlike aCapsicum frutescens plant, and can have a citrus or fruity flavor.
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