Chili peppers after transplanting

Chili peppers reality show
May 20, 2010

The seven chili plants from my Chili Peppers Reality Show have been transplanted.

Frida Black

Frida Black - The mysterious one

I called the Frida Black mysterious because I can't find any information about it. The plant shows proudly its first flower.

Ethiopian Brown Berbere

Ethiopian Brown Berbere - The exotic one

This african chili is blooming too, but it's still small.

Chili de Onza

Chili de Onza - The fancy one

The Chili de Onza is enjoying its sunny position. It looks healthy... maybe soon I will find out if its pods really have licorice overtones.

Aji Pineapple

Aji Pineapple - The fruity one

Baccatum chili plants are usually taller than other chili varieties, I hope this one will grow soon too.

Habanero Black Congo

Habanero Black Congo - The extra hot one

The Chinense chilies are slow growers, this Habanero Black Congo is still a nice and compact tuft of leaves.

Banana Sweet

Banana Sweet - The sweet one

The Banana Sweet was growing well, but after a terrible windy day it's losing some leaves.

Bode Orange

Bode Orange - The ornamental one

The Bode Orange is still very small and it doesn't look good.
Chili plants are tough, and maybe this one will be the next autumn star!

Next episode: Chili peppers first pods
Previously, on the Chili Peppers Reality Show: Repotting the growing chilies

MintOne year ago:

Storing mint: dried

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