On a happier note I'm seeing FRUIT!!!!!! I'm seeing jalapenos, cayenne, Anaheim, and a bell. This is so very exciting. Especially when I look at how much I spend (or don't spend because they are too expensive for my taste ;) ) at the store on peppers. Here are some pix to show the growth. I have had to tie up the tomatoes and Dennis mentioned placing a cattle panel across the top of the greenhouse so we don't have to tie the tomatoes to the framing of the greenhouse.
Forgot to mention I see a TOMATO in my greenhouse. Long awaited tomato!
I think this is an Anaheim pepper. It's much lighter than the others. If this is Anaheim then this is the one Anaheim plant that survived that I started from seed. I have an amazing recipe that I use these peppers for and I ended up buying 4 of these pepper plants from the festival at Baker's Creek this year. I'm pretty sure it's the only vegetable that I bought as a baby plant. Everything else was started from seed. Which I'm truly taking pride in. So it's a special little Anaheim pepper plant. :)
First Bell pepper of the year!!!! Can't wait to make my favorite pepper jelly. :) It tastes really good when mixed with bacon and green beans. YUM YUM!! LOL prob not the healthiest way to make green beans but I'm a sucker for sweets.
I think I counted 9 jalapenos on this little jalapeno plant. We love our hot peppers.
8 or 9 Cayenne peppers on this lovely plant. I put a peice of cattle panel in this bed to help hold this pepper plant up. Oh look a "daddy long leg spider" LOL Every time I see one of these spiders I LOL and think of my friend Melissa and being a girls camp, where I saved her from this harmless insects. Hehe!