In 2018 these were very similar to the orange, and it was difficult to distinguish the differences. They were more pronounced the second generation. Still expect some other phenos, especially darker ones with no bleeding calyx. 2020 F3 have had some really cool upwards growing variants. Purple Bubblegum that turns peach when ripe. One plant grew purplish foliage and BBG calyx with some Yellow 7 Pot Bubblegum plants. The first generation was Red when ripe. Peach appeared from the reds at F2. I received seeds from Florissa Arroyo late 2016. I first thought It must have crossed with an upward growing ornamental type based on the darker, almost black no calyx phenotypes . I am now suspicious that the BBG Yellow it came from, may have been a green leaf MAMP variant. It could have exhibited recessive traits with the dark foliage. counterparts. This is one of those not so dark, dark types. Culling for the darkest plants might not give you the desired result. The degree of purple will vary depending on growing conditions and between plants. It has spawned red, yellow, and orange phenos as well; both with and without the bleeding calyx. Still showing green leaf and dark leaf variants. The BBG phenos are actually milder in heat than the non-bleeding counterparts.