I have read a lot about cross pollination and honestly I am not worried about it hate to say. I do not have the room or time to try and keep plants seperated by the distance required/netting etc.
My question here is, in this case does it or would it matter what plants are kept next to each other? I have a few milds (Bells, Cayanne etc), some hots (Jalapeno's, Habanero's types) but mostly super-hots (Butch T, Moruga Scorpions, Reapers, Naga Dorset etc)
I will be planting about 50% in the ground and the other 50% in containers.
My thinking here is if they are going to cross pollinate put the comparable heatness together as much as possible. I know I do not have to worry about it for this growing season, but I plan on saving seeds from almost all pods to dry and share next year and I want to try and not send seeds that may end up something totally different if I can (As much as possible).
Thanks in advance for any input. I will be planting 100 or so plants next weekend....