I've finally got round to taking some photos of this year's chillies (taken today), most of which have flowers and some of which are already full of peppers!
|The beautiful Aji Colorado flower.|
|The Aurora peppers are changing colour - they all started off purple.|
|The Bih Jolokia has been slow to develop flowers, but there are a few |
|The Caribbean Red Hot hasn't developed any flowers yet.|
|Bearing in mind how huge the Congo Black Habanero plant is, and the enormous |
size of its leaves, the flowers and peppers are TINY!!
|No flowers on the Faatali yet either, but that's probably due|
to the little pot it's in - I haven't got room for a bigger one.
|The Hot Paper Lantern is chocka full of flowers and already has|
a few tiny peppers developing.
|Purple Tiger's beautiful flowers and leaves. Very decorative.|
|The two Ring of Fire plants (which were free replacement seeds) are |
also really early, with lots of dainty little pointed peppers.
|My hairy superfreak Serrano plants are definitely way ahead of all the others |
- masses of flowers and peppers already!
|The Spanish Pepper plants (two) have really snow white flowers|
|I call these ones my Thai Chillies, because the taste a bit Thai-ish, but they |
came from a seed chain I joined last year and the packet said '1 cm' chillies.
|My only remaining Trinidad Scorpion - nice big healthy leaves, but|
no sign of flowers yet.