Capsicum annuum from Chinese space project.
in 1987 scientist Jiang Xingcun discovers that when seeds are sent to satellites in space for a while, there is a much greater chance of mutations, especially in terms of fruit size and yield, but also increased nutritional value. The aim of the project is to be able to keep up with the increasing demand for food in China.
About 4 cm wide and 20 cm long conically shaped peppers. Some fruits are erratically curly while others are straight.
Ripen from green to red.
Tasty pepper flavor with mild heat.
Bush-shaped plants about 70 cm - 2,3 ft high that need to be well supported to can carry the fruits.
Like all Space Peppers these are also very productive.