These are supposed to be jalepeño peppers started from another jalepeño pepper, tricky for novice beginners. We're thinking it's looking more like sweet corn, don-no. There's this little teesie thing coming up too. Undetectible by the naked camera, it's our back up just in case this is corn. This is Robbie project.
Behold the green pepper! I don't like green peppers but I like green peppers left to ripen that become red peppers and that's the plan here.
This is a mystery pepper and a great reason why you should never let the men go to Lowes by themselves for plants. This was in the same row as the sign that said jalepeños, but upon reading the tag stuck in the pot at home, it declares Cubanelle. Now I love Cubanelle, so there is no real problem here as far as I'm concerned.
We are babying these dolls, and checking about every 15 minutes to make sure the hornworms have not found them. Yes they are totally contained within our screened lanai, but trust me, that means N-O-T-H-I-N-G to the green tomato hornworm.