Transplanted out most of the peppers. The remaining two are living outside in their starter pots. I want to give the cabbages at least another week, and those are the smallest of the transplants - they can wait.
The main season line-up is:
upstairs growbox: (eventually) 3 carmen, 1 banana, and 1 lunchbox pepper (1 carmen, 1 lunchbox waitlisted)
in-ground garden: cute stuff gold, a mini bell (first try)
driveway pot: another lunchbox pepper
The growbox has a nutrient patch installed with the cabbages. That ought to be enough until July or so. The downstairs peppers were planted with powdered lime and organic tomato fertilizer.
The indoor/outdoor peppers are now solidly outdoors, graduating from this other topic, having already harvested 17 of the lunchbox. The lunchbox pepper is now 30 weeks old, the carmen 18 weeks. They've set a bunch of new fruit the past couple weeks, hardening outdoors. The carmen just got a cage today. The elder lunchbox is a squat individual - I don't think it has any support. I tried the banana treatment on it this week. It ignored me - no ripening.
107 - orange lunchbox pepper (first green ~1/25 at 15 weeks, first ripe 2/8 at 17 weeks)
41 - carmen, first ~5/28
110 - in-season carmen peppers (4 plants, first 7/31)
101 - yellow lunchbox pepper (2 plants, first yellow 7/31)
45 - yellow cute stuff gold mini bell (first 7/31)
26 - banana pepper (first scarlet 8/9)