Picked up six chile pepper plants on Tuesday, and a good thing too, as the greenhouse nursery near here, was mostly picked clean of their usually robust chile pepper selection - but i'm in the game, baby!
So here is my starting line up for the 2020 season.
The plant second in from the left came with a datil label, but it is probably a Superhot of some sort.
Is anyone else planning on growing out a little heat this year?
Olde CP nuts never die - they just recommit themselves...
Are you growing these in a greenhouse ,I always have a go outside but they never do any good ,I might try and over winter this years plants so I get a better start next year, growing from seed outside they don't seem to get a long enough season, or I need to start them from seed under lights earlier to give a better start
Picked all the remaining chilies at the weekend on the premise that they aren't going to grow too much more now. The best croppers were the small finger type chilies, the larger habanero and Bhut Jolokia just didn't have a long enough season to give their best although they did produce some fruit and still have plenty of flowers. I shall have a go at overwintering a few plants (I dont have room for all of them), if successful it should give them a jump start in spring.