(Pic 1) This was my Red Bhut Jolokia about a month ago. Just starting to retain blooms and convert to pods.
Had to learn about the over-watering the hard way. explains why many peppers didn't do well before, as we have heat, heavy, persistent rains, and then me. Habanero of the same age is still less than a foot tall, but still alive.
(Pic 2) where we are now, 8 to 10 pods, 1-12 to 2 inches long, with several more smaller ones coming on, and tons of flower buds at the top and extremities of the plant. 1st pods have a slight purple tinge on the green, I am thinking either due to sun or nutrients, but I have not been feeding them heavily, just a mild Miracle Grow solution once a month. Watering from the bottom up through a controlled level, double-bucket approach. Ironically, the habanero of the same age was in a double-bucket setup, but just stayed too wet. I pulled it out and replaced the soil, and we'll see if it comes back.