@frozen- I've had that problem with a few of my peppers as well. Here's a little background: 8 banana's on a shady portion of my porch, 8 on a morning sun side, 8 on the afternoon sunny side. The 8 in the shady portion look better with much less wilt that the others seem to gain while the sun is hitting them directly. I've moved the remainding 16 to the shady portion of the porch and they're doing better. On another level, the 16 that were less sheltered, have exceptionally stronger stalks and should be able to hold larger fruit once they begin their push. If you have ability to move the plants around or keep them in a spot that does not get so much direct sunlight, go for it. In the past, when I've started peppers outside, they seem to great in direct sunlight. The ones started inside had a much more difficult time hardening off. Hope this helps a little bit.
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