After years of studying bio engineering I felt the urge to try growing something myself. Growing peppers was an oblivious choice.
The end of my first growing season is near and I'm quite happy with my yield. Especially the jalapenos did will. My Chinese variaties are still full of fruits and hope that they will mature in time.
At the moment I have these peppers in the garden:
- Habanero Chocolate
- Habanero Red
- Jalapeno Early
- Trinidad Beans
- Trinidad Scorpion Sunrise
- Spanish chili pepper
- 5 unknown variaties (gifted seeds)
Since my parents are also planting a lot of vegetables, we upgraded our gear this year. Since this year we have drying oven and a weck kettle.
I both used them already. Especially the weck kettle is nice for making sauce shelf stable.
For next year I have a lot of new seeds: