My peppers in the garden are looking great. This year I planted 12 different varieties of peppers. I thought I would show what 2 different varieties look like on the pepper plant while the peppers are still green.
The above peppers are Long Thin Cayenne. They take about 100 days to turn red from the date you set them out in the garden. These were set out on May 26, 2012 so they should be turning red soon.These are very hot. When they turn red, I will dry and grind them to make fresh cayenne pepper.
These peppers are Peperoncino. They are sweet and mild and can be pickled when green or dry them after they turn red. (When they are red they are hotter.) They are about 2 to 3 inches long and the plants are loaded with peppers. These plants were also set out in my garden on May 26th and they too will be turning red during the month of September.