Time for an update.
Some peppers got culled due to being weak or not growing fast enough plus I needed room. Here is whats left.
Purple Sweet Pepper
Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper
Mini Bell Pepper
First up is not a pepper it actually my Candy Corn Spirea. I'm growing it indoors until may when it can go outside to grow into a beautiful flowering bush.
Next is a side view of the Pepperoncini pepper with quite a thick main trunk already
Next is the sweet purple pepper I forgot it's...
Here's an update to the peppers. Some of the weaker plants were culled. Only the strongest remain.
Sorry for the quality. As you can see the peppers are starting to flower. Shown below is Hungarian Hot Wax
The 3 bigger ones are flowering now and the smaller ones are still putting on new growth.
I know this isn't a pepper but I had to try growing it. Below is Spirea Candy Corn. If it survives until spring it will most likely be planted in the apartment shared garden. Almost no one plants anything in the garden besides me planting peppers each summer.
It has now been 10 days since the last pictures and as of today all of the peppers have sprouted.
As a side note I've also planted some heirloom Marigold "Tagets" from seed saved 3 or 4 years ago stored in the freezer. Hopefully to see if it can be bonsai as well.
On to the pictures
Thanks for the great advise.
Medusa and Mini Bell are smaller peppers. But I do see your point smaller peppers would be more desirable. However the various varieties were picked because they are almost all good for eating. I don't personally like eating peppers but know many people who do and...
It has now been 8 days and the peppers are sprouting/growing. I've decided to grow 1 of each type of pepper to find out which will be best or if all do well.
The peppers are as follows Sweet Banana, Hugarian Hot Wax, Mini Bell, Pepperoncini, Medusa, Big Jim, and Murasaki. For now I'll just show...
Lately I've been reading about Bonchi (Bonsai Peppers/Chilli) wondering if I could grow them indoors under artificial light. After much research it is advisable to grow the plant to full size outdoors then cut down and bring indoors. Much like bonsai are field grown, they are grown to size...
I threw it away because it had yellow flowers and was some type of weed rather than a tree. However, I did rescue a maple seedling from the weedwacker today. It wont stay inside under lights but rather go outside after a little recovery.
I found this plant growing in a crack in the sidewalk which was getting weedwacked. So I decided to save it. The only thing is I don't know what it is.
Kinda looks like rosemary but I don't think it is. Any advice is greatly appreciated.