I have a patio, so naturally I have lots of plants. Here is a few pictures:
Spider plants. I divided this at the beginning of summer, and should have gone with 3 pots.
Scorpion Pepper, maybe the hottest pepper plant.
Tepin, a bird pepper. Very hot, with a smoky flavor.
Ghost Pepper, or Bhut Jolokia. Formerly the hottest pepper, before the Scorpion. This pepper is plain heat, and lots of it. Not a lot of flavor, but peppery with what little is there.
Another view of the Ghost.
Habenero, another hot one. This is one of my favorite peppers, with a fruity taste to go along with the heat.
Ancho, a mild pepper with great taste.
Pepperoncini, another mild flavorful pepper. (Below the Tepin)
Chives, because you can’t have potatoes without chives.
Basil, the best Italian herb.
Topsy Turvy Tomato!
More tomatoes, because what’s a garden without them. They are doing quite well this year, got a little heat to help them out.
Another view of the buckets of tomatoes.
Giant lumpia squash, which is not very giant.
Lumpia #2, even sadder than #1.
One of my perennial Hibiscus, a white one with a red throat.
The other perennial Hibiscus, a pink one. It should be blooming anytime.
Petunias on the fence.
A Red tropical hibiscus.
Yellow tropical hibiscus. Both tropicals got cut back a little too much.
Thyme and oregeno.
A barrel of impatiens.
Another barrel of impatiens.
I put this up, so I can look at it when there’s snow covering everything for 4 months, later this year!