Plant ID forum: Mystery Peppers, need help identifying!

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Oct 8, 2016 10:50 AM CST
Hi! I have grown some seeds i bought off of Amazon ( I bought Devils Tongue and Bhut Jolokia White peppers aka White Ghost) but they are not what ended up growing! So now I'm stuck with peppers that i can't put names to.
Does anyone know what these guys are?
There are some real pretty smaller ones that grew in bunches, smaller, went from green to red and grew upward. The other guy is a real nice long one, also went from green to red, curled a little and both are pretty thin.
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Oct 28, 2016 6:35 AM CST
I don't know they look like ring of fire! Maybe cayenne? I have noticed lots of chilli seeds have little consistency with the plant they came from! I harvested some ring of fire seeds last year and planted them this year! The chillies turned out to be yellow and waxy like a hungarian how wax and instead of ripening to red like they mother they ripen to a deep orange!
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