All of my peppers are thriving... except my habaneros??
I have 16 pepper plants in my garden, 5 of which are green bell peppers, the rest are a random mix of hot peppers. All of the plants are growing beautifully, and producing LOTS of peppers, except my two habanero plants. The plants are growing nicely, and have been throwing off several blooms... however, they never actually grow into peppers. Seems like a few days after the blossom shows up, it turns yellow and falls off.... ? Both of these peppers are in the same area as the other plants. Again none of the other plants have any problems. The other day I went out to the garden to check them, and there were several of those nasty green flies all over the habanero plants. What on Earth would they want with habanero blossoms??
If anyone has any advice or suggestions, I would love to hear it. My husband and I make a wonderful habanero jelly each year, and not only will we be upset if we can't make it, so will many members of our family and friends!
Thanks so much!