I'll try for pics tomorrow, but I've noticed something that I really can't explain. I'm sure it's my lack of experience so maybe someone else might be able to help. Here's the long story:
As explained in several earlier posts, I bought regular bhut seeds from Hippy Seeds last year. So far I have grown what appear to be 2 or 3 varieties from this seed pack. I originally thought only two, but now there is a possible new development.
So my reds, both garden and smaller pot, have smaller, pointier pods. These ripened from dark orange to red. Then I have yellows, which seem to stay yellow, and these have bigger fatter pods. Earlier in the season I planted what I thought were habs into my garden, and they turned out to be bhuts. They have fat pods that eventually started ripening to yellow. Now they look like they are turning more orange. I thiought maybe because they are on a bushier plant that it was a trick of the light, but now I have compared them to my bucketed yellow bhuts and they are definately more orange in color. There is a possibility these might be Dorsets, but as this is my first year growing them I really don't know.
I'm just going to leave both bucketed and garden plants on the plant for a while to see what happens. Does anyone know what Naga type pepper goes from yellow to orange then maybe to red? Or was I originally correct, and these things are weird shaped Habs? Maybe crosses from the original grower who originally supplied the grocery store? So many possibilities, it's like an Agatha Christie novel.