I received some mystery dried peppers from a neighbor a few years back and decided to try to plant some of the seeds...and to my surprise they started growing!

The peppers aren't quite ripe yet, so perhaps I'm posting this a little too early, and identification at this stage may be too difficult without a photo of a ripe pepper in hand.

The flowers are white and the peppers currently look like a bird's eye chile and are growing straight up towards the sky. It seems like the parts of the peppers that are most exposed to the sun are turning a deep purple while the rest of the developing fruit remains green. What's most surprising though, is that the foliage looks like C. pubescens! The leaves and stems are noticeably hairy.

The white flowers along with the hairy stems and the pointy upward fruits are unlike any combination of peppers I've seen before. Any thoughts?