Originally Posted by BobBrisket
The reason I was asking about weather was because it seems the plant you grew, grew well interms of the leaves, etc, but flowering, fruit set, and even the level of heat the pepper has is determined by day and more so night time temps. Soil and moisture have a big part in it as well.
Thanks for the info, I'll show the wife. I am not an expert (but my wife is), I am just in for consuming the results.
Anyway, even if the conditions were not perfect for growing chili here, we still would try, because even a not so perfect but fresh result is way better than any dried commercial products.
So if anybody with home grown Jalapeno would be willing to share some seeds, it would be perfect.