Since this will pertain primarily to 2018's growing season and not (so much) to over-winterings and other rants from last year, I will say I started seeds indoors in 2017 to try to get a ump on things. Some worked, some didn't. Nonetheless, here we go, and please excuse my lack of scientific nomenclature regarding phylogeny, etc. (what?).
Started from seeds:
- Pimento (large, red, for sauce mixing and stuffing, from HD commercial seed pack). These are the biggest plants, with flowers now.
- Red Chili (seeds from produce). Medium heat like a red Jalepeno, but I don't think they are the same pepper, based on morphology.
- Red Habanero (Seeds from produce). Slower growing, sensative to watering.
- Yellow Jamaican Scotch Bonnets (seeds from produce). Smaller, and even slower growing. Very sensitive to weather changes. Started with 30+, have 4 to 5 growing.
- Coyote Zan White (seeds from a THP friend!). Started about 30+ seeds, still in coco tray.
- Tabasco pepper (1 plant from HD, I was shopping and bored).
- Several more varieties being attempted for germination (not shown).