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Capsicum eximium is a perennial sub shrub that can get to 1.6 meters tall (4m when grown in it's native Bolivia) It produces 5 petaled purple flowers with a yellow centres. These develop into spherical red fruits that can be 7 to 9mm wide. It is occasionally mistaken for C. cardenasii a fellow Bolivian species.
Spherical green fruit 7 to 9mm wide develop at the end of 15 to 20mm long stems and turn red when ripe.
North and South America
Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun
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