Banana Peppers

First banana peppersI was looking at the banana pepper plants today and realized there were no more blooms. No more blooms means no more fruit, and no more fruit means no fun trying recipes this summer. Plants, I learned, will stop producing flowers and fruit when it feels it has enough mature fruit already. You have to continue to pick the fruit from the plant in order for it to continue producing fruit through it’s natural growing season. So pick I did, and I ended up with 31 beautiful peppers.

Banana peppers

I still can not wait for the Cayenne peppers to turn red. The pictures should be amazing.

–matt bolus

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3 responses to “Banana Peppers

  1. Andrew

    why did you pick the banana peppers while they were still young and green?

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