One of my bell pepper plants is behaving oddly. I've already gotten a handful of normal bell peppers from this plant. Of course, I know it's almost impossible to get "normally shaped" bell peppers when you grow them yourself, but I noticed this the other day, and it seemed very odd. I currently have about 15 new peppers coming out on this one bell pepper plant, and they ALL look like this. I've never seen this on a bell pepper plant. ANy ideas what could be going on here? Is it possible for a plant to start putting out hybrid pods on the same plant you already harvested normal peppers from? These aren't anywhere near isolated. My yard is a jumble of varieties in close proximity to each other, but I thought crosses only show up in seed from the crossed parents. Thoughts?
They pretty much just taste like bell peppers, but a bit sweeter. Although they're still too small to know what they'll taste like once they're mature. Any ideas? Just an oddly shaped batch, maybe?