I've had mixed results this fall. My peppers, particularly the Tabascos, have gone Little Shop on me. The Tomatoes had the blistering heat, then the wet and now some decent weather and I have a lot of fruit but nothing ripe yet... give me a couple weeks there first frost!
My Tomatoes - these are heatwave and Sunmaster planted in August.
The Tabasco pepper bush is crazy - like thousands of little peppers and they are wonderful: chop up just one of these little buggers in your food instead of the sauce....
Three kinds of Basil here: Purple, Genovese and Thai
These peppers are interesting: Start sweet but toward the stem they get a kick... like an angry mule
These are for the unsuspecting boys who follow my daughter home, I casually offer them one and they run home crying:
Found the biggest dadgum hornworm in history the other day, if you look you can see his handiwork on this tomato plant
The mocking bird seemed to enjoy him, as did the other mocking bird who played out an aerial tug of war for the monster sized tomato vandal