Our sweet banana pepper plant is our biggest success in the patio garden. It has no less than 8 peppers on it right now, and that's pretty much all the time. They're delicious on sandwiches, sauteed on sausage dogs, and sliced on salads.
Our bell peppers have been a little disappointing. They produce reasonably well, but the peppers never grow bigger than a couple of inches. Perfect for an omelette but not much else. I think the Texas heat is keeping them skinny mini.
These are our big pots of herbs. The pot at the top is all basil.The other one is basil, mint, tri-color sage, marjoram, cilantro, oregano, curry, and lemon verbena.
Our flowers: moss roses, zinnias, etc. have gotten even larger than this.
I love my lantanas, acorn squash, and lavendar.
The final big pots of herbs. Left: thai basi. Right: mint.
Thai chili peppers. Pretty AND spicy.
So, how does your garden grow? Show me, show me!