Well, about 15 days ago I planted a great number of different pepper seeds, and it took until about 3 days ago for any of them to show life, I got about 6 pods from one variety and 2 sprouts off a different variety out of about 50 seeds planted. It is a bit frustrating but as I understand peppers are stubborn growers. Well I also read they enjoy the sun, well I didnt see hardly any life until I took them from inside and started setting them outside in the warmer air during the day. And it was very sunny today, I put the greenhouse cover on and let them sit out in the sun for about 2 hours.. stupid mistake, here is what they look like, any ideas on what to do to save them? they are inside a shady and cool but not cold place.Any and all help is appreciated!! I think the 2 from the other variety all hope is lost for them they had just sprouted up 2 yesterday and now they are totally lifeless, I'm hoping I can save these other guys. Is it better ot leave the top on or off? I am in Tampa and it has been getting cool at night but not cold at night I bring them in anyway. But before this they were very healthy looking amazing what 2 hours does. Also any tips on getting the rest of them to sprout, I heard of using a heating pad or something like that.
So when buying my little green-houses for the peppers I aw a little kit for growing pumpkins aimed at kids, It was $.99 so I figured hey ill give it a shot, these things grow fast, and I apparently am gonna have trouble with space, I live in a rented apartment so i cant actually build a garden, I have heard of training them to grow up tress, but I have no idea what that means, or what I should do, I just transplanted it today in a larger solo cup. But any suggestions as I said space is really limited. THANKS!![img]https://img.photobucket.com/albums/v66/Callsignbishop/Plants/100_1000.jpg[/img]