My grandmother planted these chilis (see pic) last year, however she was expecting a different plant. I really liked the look of them, they are like flowers, so colorful. I'd like to know the breed, can anyone help me out?
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That particular form of chilli is usually produced for ornamental purposes only,as a decorative but short lived houseplant, and is generally known as 'ornamental chilli plant'. The chillies are edible, but very hot and said to be without much flavour; there are many other varieties grown purely for culinary use.
If you google ornamental chilli you should find packets of seeds by different producers, all with different names and slightly different colours and shape of fruit. Some general information here http://puffycarrot.com/grow-care-ornamental-pepper-plant/
UPDATE: The seed of a very similar variety is listed and available on Ebay in the UK as 'ornamental chili pepper' but not sure they'll ship to where you are - best to check local suppliers https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50pcs-Garden-Ornamental-Pepper-Seed-Organic-Chilli-Pepper-Seeds-Pot-Culture-UK-/141994665115?redirect=mobile