Greetings all. I have a question regarding breeding from wild stock. This past summer I travelled to Ghana, West Africa. I took a day trip up to the Volta Region to peek about, and stopped for lunch at a roadside restaurant. I ordered groundnut soup with goat and fufu. Garnishing the soup was a fresh little yellow pepper. This little pepper looked like a Habenero chili (same shape) but was yellow, and being cautious I took a little nibble. The flavour was unlike anything I had tasted. Medium hot (thai chili) but with an amazing floral taste. Indescribably delicious. Very, very fresh solanaceous taste, almost tobacco flower/leaf/jasmine/citrus/cilantro with a good kick of heat. This got me thinking about the source of this plant. I have tasted many peppers, and none had anything close to this taste. Capsicum are perennial in warm places, and there are many wild varieties that exist. So, question; How would I stabilize such a plant? Would it be possible to do this from one plant? As in grow out the progeny, select, and backcross with the original? Or would I need to "create" it from other plants in the vicinity? If anyone could explain this, I think it would be a great lesson on how breeding works, not just for me. Thanks.