Hundreds of blooms, but no peppers!
I overwintered a Caribbean Red Habanero plant this past winter and brought it back out in mid-May. I fought aphids all winter and the plant lost nearly all of it's leaves when I hardened it off. I was ready to chalk it up a s a loss. Eventually the aphids were gone and the plant started new growth. I pruned it aggressively, down to one main stem and one small stem. The plant had some pretty good gains in leaves and small stem growth, but nothing crazy. I was reading a thread on Hydrogen Peroxide and thought I would give it a shot.
After about three weeks of getting a little H2O2 here and there, I now have a very healthy looking Habanero bush. The leaves are dark green, thick, and waxy. Here is my question.
The plant has hundreds and hundreds of blooms, but it seems no peppers are coming in behind them. I'm not sure if they are falling off or just not doing anything. My younger plants are producing tiny little peppers now, even one of my Naga Jolokia plants have little peppers on.
Any tips on getting peppers to come in?