The fish pepper is a very old heirloom type that was popularized during late 19th and early 20th century. At one time the seeds were easily available but through time the numbers dwindled and they became very scarce. They were re-introduced thanks to a seed bank and their numbers are once again on the rise. The name of fish pepper was given due to the historical use of these peppers with, of course, fish. A unique recessive gene causes the plants to produce leaves with areas of white and grey. The pods themselves have colored streaks running through them and mature from white to red.
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