In 2012, I had three selections that had very unusual combinations of green with blushes of lavender. These were saved in vials 12-24, 12-32 and 12-35 - my descriptions were: 12-24 - slender bicolor fruit, green with lavender; 12-32 - slender pale green fruit with lavender streaks; 12-35 - teardrop, oval shaped pale green fruit with a lavender wash.
I started seeds from each, and am growing four plants from 12-24, three from 12-32, and four from 12-35. Most have set fruit and are starting to reveal their colors!
From 12-24, the first can't be seen yet - still in the calyx; second is tear drop shaped and pale green, third has small buds and fourth has pale green fruit - once the fruits on the first, second and fourth plant get larger, any trait to show a lavender blush will show itself.
From 12-32, the first has a more purple calyx and fruit already quite purple; second has nearly white slender fruit with a distinct lavender streaking, and third is slender, pale green with the lavender streaking, which is what I am hoping for.
From 12-35, first has fruit still in the calyx, second has really pretty oval light green fruit with purple streaking, third has an open flower, and fourth is very similar to the second - so two of these hit the mark.
It is still too early to make conclusions, but it is clear that I am seeing a few that I was hoping for....there are years more work to go to ensure any of these are stable, and I will have to think of additional names, but it is really interesting to see the green/purple color combo.
For those of you who are also growing some of these plants...how is it going?