Buena Mulata is an heirloom spicy pepper (Capsicum annuum) that originates from the folk artist Horace Pippin. In an Heirloom Gardener article, he explains “chameleon-like color changes” during the fruit ripening: “violet to pinkish-flesh color, then orange changing to brown, and eventually to deep red.” This is second generation seed from plants originally sourced at The National Heirloom Expo in 2018.
Buena Mulata Pepper is a perennial crop grown as an annual in most temperate climates. Hardy to zone 10 and above. Fruits from seed in approximately 90 days.