1 Twangmeisternyc 11 months ago My exotic Hot Pepper crop is starting to come in...I have 4 different kinds of plants growing, 3 are of the Thai Birds Eye variety. You have to grow your own...not easily found in Food Markets.I made spots along the back of our property for 13 plants this season. We use our Irrigation System to water 3 days/week.My wife planted a "token" Bell Pepper plant...we've had a grand total of "one" pepper. Ha!This first grouping of plants became container-bound before I could get them in the ground because of our long cold Spring. When in Charleston, SC it was easy. Big beautiful plants...We've learned a lot about the growing season here in the Foothills West of Reno. Wait for the Snow to melt, no need to plant before the 4th of July. Start seeds April 1.These plants are not even a foot tall...now loaded with fruit...Bonzai Thai Peppers!Experienced Red Hot Chili Pepper fans should take heed...1 per serving is not enough, 3 is too many...kinda like strong liquor.