Capsicum baccatum, variant from a Sugar Rush Peach plantation found by top breeder and collector Chris Fowler, Wales, UK. It is unclear whether it is a natural cross or a mutation of Sugar Rush Peach itself.
This pepper is named after well-known African Peppadew pepper because of its shape. Peachadew has almost identical round fruits of about 3 cm in diameter but in a nice peach color.
Sweet and fruity taste, very aromatic. Mild heat, high usability with many applications.
Bush-shaped plants of approximately 1 to 1.2 m. (3 - 4 ft)
High yields in the second part of the season.