The 10 similar ones were bought as sprouts in June. All but a couple are quite tall now and do well despite some greenfly munching. I got the red-potted one on the right a couple of weeks ago because it was further developed and wanted to learn more. Most the peppers on that one are ready. Thing that gets me is how it is so short and thick stemmed.. it even needs support with all the produce weight or it literally pulls itself out the ground! Do you reckon this is GM or results of an indoor grow;
Anyway it's nothing like the ones from June. Although those haven't been rubbed together or anything, since they are close together, pollonation happened by itself and several are flowering/producing. Anyone know about bell pepper gender things? The peppers are still small though. How late in the year can this go on? Anything to be done to increase the pace of veg growth over leaf?
This one which snapped when manipulating.. How long if at all could a stem like this take to heal? Only a part is still connected. It seems quite dry around the break though. The leaves higher up are wilted a bit but still a good colour. Is it gonna heal?
Lastly, as the greenhouse stays frost free will they spring back next year?