I've been growing cayenne peppersin my UK greenhouse this year and
been rather surprised at the way they grew. The pepers seemed vey
"stunted" and many seemed to grow several "peppers" from one flower, a
bit like a tree onion. Is that usual?
Why keep waiting on the cayenne? If you want to eat them fresh, you can
go ahead and pick what you want to eat. Leave some to turn red for your
sauces, etc, but for fresh (just chop and add to veggies, etc) to me
they are just as good green. I do wait until they get to be at least 2
inches long before I pick my cayenne. Anyway, you can leave them to turn
red or go ahead and pick a few to eat....
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