Started 3 types of peppers from seed on March 17, so around 6 weeks ago. They are ghost, trinidad scorpion, and chinese 5 color. The chinese are doing very good but the other 2 have really gone to the crapper the last week or so, as I've tried weathering them.
All 3 were started at the same time, with a name brand seed starting soil. Over the last week, I have begun putting them outside. I'm in Western NC at around 3500 ft elevation. The official last freeze date has passed. We've had an unusually hot last couple of days, but they have spent time outside 5 days prior to that in nights between 40's and 50's and days mostly in the 70's (last 2 days in the 80's with no clouds).
Below is an example of what is going on. I can't tell if it's too much or too little water, or the weathering has failed. But I'm in danger of losing every ghost and scorpion plant, and it's too late to start others. Any help would be greatly appreciated!