As a comment about Datil (Capsicum sinense 'Datil')
Flower: stellate, small, bell-shaped
Calyx: Almost toothless
Pods: 2"L-3/4"W Green > red
Leaves: large, uneven
Plant height: 24"
Maturity: 95 days
Habit: small, usually low tree
Scoville units: 100,000 - 325,000
Germ. Time: 3 wk. >.3 mo.
Synonym: Capsicum sinensis
This variety has been grown for about 300 years in St. Augustine Florida, and its name in Spanish means "edible date." It is a sinense variety and has similar heat and aroma to the Habanero, except that the Datil is more fruity and much sweeter. This species is most readily distinguished by the three to five flowers at each node, the drooping pedicels, and the circular constriction at the base of the fruit "cap."