I am growing this year, the habanado, which is suppossedly a heatless habanero. I started it later than I should have, we had cloudy cool wet weather, etc.
In short, the pepper has it's first buds, which are still small. It's not that big a plant (it's potted in a quart pot, and will move to gallon soon, as root protrude from drainage holes). It's continued to be a very rainy summer, so I didn't want to pot up to the next size until it showed it needed it.
Being in the south, I'm not used to worrying about not having enough time for something to mature to harvest. But, in this case, if I do move them inside when it starts to cool (whenever that is), will the peppers likely drop or continue to ripen?
Best I can offer them is a bay window south exposure.