One photo every day: Another Chili seedling update (289/365)

in onephotoeveryday •  last year  (edited)


About two or three months ago I bought some chili seedlings, then about a month ago I posted one update, and then another one.

This is my third update on those chilies.

Two of them didn't make it.

Camera body: Canon EOS 550D
Lens: Sigma ART 50 mm ƒ/1.4
Aperture: ƒ/4.0
Exposure: 1/60 s
ISO: Dual-ISO 100+200

I wonder if the two larger ones are of a different strain than the smaller ones two on the foreground.

Anyway, I've been stressing out. I can't figure out a name for the firm we are planning together with Vera. Our goal is to provide photoblogging, book keeping services and do some investing on the side. Naming isn't easy... :-/

I'll be AFK for a while... thinking about things.

See ya! :)

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Sup, your plants are growing at a super fast speed.
The best name always lays right in front your nose. The firm will be for bookkeeping services?
Relax, breathe in, breathe out. Stress - not good!)

they are looking good!
cant wait to see the peppers start poppin up on them.

Investing, making a firm for photoblogging.
Don't stress out, the name will come to you naturally. After a while!)

  ·  last year (edited)

Don't stress out, the name will come to you naturally. After a while!

Thanks, I'll try to relax (=sleep) a bit.

Haha, I am not at all a fan of spicy food. Not only because the entire mouth burns, but also because I don't taste any longer the other ingredients, not to even mention drinking water with that spiciness in the mouth.

I avoid it as much as possible as food seasoning, but the plant itself is beautiful!

The business idea you have seem to be a good business idea @gamer00. Let know how the business goes has it progresses.


I will, thanks! :)

I don't know what I could possibly say as for the chili seedlings, their stunted growth or maybe death might be from your angle or theirs.

I also know naming is not easy. I've been in a situation I had to provide names for ideas and I know it's a very uneasy thing to do. I couldn't even get names for them until I had someone join me think of names.

Oh! Please stay cool and take it easy!
Ask your guardian angel to drop the right name out your dreams!
Using reasons too much will stress you sometimes as reasons can change all the time.
Try to go with your feeling a bit, this may help with having unexpected names dropping into your mind.

The two big chili plants look very healthy. Perhaps they don’t put the same kind of seeds into the packet!! This is very odd, as here we always have one kind of seeds in the packet.
Still, it’s quite a challenge to grow chili in very cold climate!

Hope your will have plenty of sleep.

Lolz...naming kinda sounds easy until you decide to give a name to something. I remember when my brother wanted to start up a company which we had been talking about for a long time . You won't believe it took us a week to get a name for the company...lolzz.

I have been away for a while so didn't follow Ur updates until now. Dis you plant the big and small ones the same day?

Plants do not grow merely to satisfy ambitions or to fulfill good intentions. They thrive because someone expended effort on them. A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness it teaches industry and thrift above all it teaches entire trust.

  ·  last year (edited)

Friend I can suggest something regarding the plants. I think you should transplant them to a bigger pochard the roots of the chiles need space, and I think the earth also needs to change it just give water in the morning preferably

I can suggest

blokgamer Photo

I'll try and list some off-the-cuff candidates:

  • Photon
  • Gigavest (in reference to Steem Vests)
  • BlockVest
  • BlockCounting
  • Photo Block

No rights reserved. I hereby relinquish all copyrights to the name suggestions above. May the witness nodes of Steem be my witness. ;)

You're doing a great job! It's good to have some chilies plant at home so you can pick chilies anytime you want rather than buying it in the market. At least you're sure there's no pesticide and chemicals in what you're eating.

Very good that you can make an investment based in plants so we need more projects about nature because we need more green and less gray. Regards

this plant to see very pretty and attractive..chili seedling update very good idea of you.just excellent shots photography of small chili seedling plants..thanks to sharing for your best updates..@gamer00

Plant photography is a fabulous photography @gamer00..

  ·  last year (edited)

Well those two look good, so maybe they give some result, don't stress, relax a bit everything turns just fine, I know it sounds cliché but it always does @gamer00. Let see Phoggler, Phoblock, Blockgraphy, Bloggshot, Picnion, I'm running out of ideas. Good luck with the name, something good will come out.

It will be wonderful to see that this Chili will give its seedling while we enjoy the growth process by pictures

You love planting , this is great thing in yours

That plant is very noble. she is not so demanding ...

In my house we sow a lot of chili and it always grows.

I believe that it occurs in many parts of the world and in any type of land, we must investigate it.

But I'm glad you grew up and I hope to see the publication of your first harvest.

relax @gamer00 name will come to you soon 😇

Haha new members are coming to the Chili family! That would be awesome! Nice and great photography Jaro!


The days are going on you are uping the anti with some wonderful photographs.

Beautiful gardening photo of plants , the background of the photo looks sharp and clear. Really nice photo @gamer00

Amazing work sir,you are setting high standards in agriculture sector,hope many of them take you as inspiration.

simply superb amazing work sir need to learn a lot from you,just teach us sir.

The bigger ones seems to get proper care ;) JK

While they sure are growing pretty well !

Well naming is indeed pretty tough ,hope you get one of the best one though ;)