Ultra-Hyper Slow Growth Peppers
I sowed my Early Jalapeno pepper seeds in early march, they germinated well, but after potting them up, they have been literally doing nothing, not showing the slightest growth at all this three weeks or so. I don't even know whether the first set of true leaves are growing in a good shape by the way. Please help me!!!
Being on low-budget, the potting soil was plain soil, the cheapest one for about 2 bucks for a 50l sack. (i'm from Hungary)
I usually take them outside on sunny days, and move them back in the evenings in order to provide a good amount of light.
I was carried away by a sudden impulse and gave them a little fertilizer yesterday, not sure whether this helps.
I planted a few more varieties in addition to Jalapenos, such as Bell peppers, Jamaican Yellow, Shishito, etc, they are all growing sooo slow... I swear the Habaneros i planted on the 7th March are growing faster, they're on their third set of true leaves. (same soil, but haven't potted them up yet)
I'm looking forward to your assistance, i feel a bit dejected because of this failure, i have been looking so forward to planting them out and seeing they produce fruit...