I'm new to the forum and chilli/hot pepper growing. I sowed these seeds in my propagator in very early January(I guess to early), and there is a mix of "Early Jalapeno", "Pencil Cayenne" and "Prairie Fire". Also I am in the UK.
The Jalapeno and the Cayenne soon shot up with 2 good leaves towards the end on Jan. So I decided - I didn't want to force them in prop so I re-planted into individual seedling pots. there was no sign of the Prairie Fire until about a week later. I didn't have any pots left so I kept them in the prop, which seems to have helped them massively.
So my question is are the Jalapeno's and Cayenne's seedling ok for there age or should there be a lot more growth, they seem a lot more leggy compared to the Prairie Fire seedlings which have lots of leaves.
I just thought they should of had a lot more leaves like the "Prairie Fire" has for how long they have been germinated? also some of the leaves of the Jalapeno and Cayenne seem to have some black tips on the leaves, does anyone know what has caused this?
Jalapeno and Cayenne below
Prairie Fire below
Thanks in advance
FireMe AKA "Paul"