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Can anyone tell me what this plant is?

 
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Just wondering what kind of plant this is.

Thanks!

 
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maybe appleberry and australian native??
 
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Looks like a purple jalapeno . Can you show a picture of the leaves , flowers ?
 
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Probably a pretty purple pepper:

http://www.tomatogrowers.com/PRETTY-PURPLE-PEPPER/productinfo/9202/

http://www.amazon.com/Hot-Pretty-Purple-Pepper-Plants/dp/B00192FPJY
 
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Hi there!

Your lovely little purple pepper is a common Capsicum annuum, also known as your standard run of the mill chilly pepper. These types of peppers come in multiple colors, green, red, orange, yellow, even white and purple.
 
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Thanks all!
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