I love peppers! Every kind except for bell peppers.
And until I left the midwest if you asked me how many peppers there were i would have told you green peppers, yellow-green peppers and green bell peppers that have turned red. AMEN. But now that I know that there are a plethora of peppers, I may never eat a bell pepper again. (sorry mom, mike and dad). Yuk!
So, this year I am growing jalapeno, Serrano, and anacho for starters. They sure love the heat of summer. How ironic huh? Hot peppers love heat? Go figure. Well, that is all that i have to write on peppers, except for this.
If you have a flower-pot and want to grow a very green, tidy plant that will only get about 16 inches tall, has delicate little white flowers and eventually peppers that hang like well-arranged ornaments on a tree, then a jalapeno pepper plant is for you. Or, you could try to grow a fire-cracker pepper when the little peppers are bright red and in clusters. So cute. So tidy. So easy to look at. You don’t even have to eat them.