I planted some regular and hot banana peppers in 5 gallon pots using topsoil and Miracle Gro dirt for gardening. The plants seem to be healthy, but some small curling on a few leaves. The problem is I have only gotten 1 pepper to form. The rest of what looks to be where flowers should be turn into small round green globes that get to be as big as a dime with a little white stem coming out the bottom, which turns brown. The green globe that forms at the end of the stem seems to grow for a while, the stem turns yellow and then falls off the main plant. Not sure what to do or what went wrong. I have a couple pics of what the green globes look like, but not sure if you can post pics. I'm new to this fourm. The flowers really never form and bloom. The 1 pepper that did grow did have a true flower that the pepper grew from. The others and there are many start out looking as though a flower will bloom and open, but never do. The part (end) of the stem where a flower should be just starts growing as stated above then the stem yellows and falls off. I have cut one of the open and they are solid inside and do smell like a pepper. If anyone would like me to email a picture of what they look like I would gladly do so.