This Jalapeño plant looks like it's making nice buds. It's in the sunroom, under LED plant lights, and on a warming mat. Only about a week in the new conditions.
This is the Serrano. It's harder for me to tell if it is starting to grow. Maybe.
I just moved this Tabasco Pepper plant to the same conditions. There was one aphid on one leaf, but who knows? So I pruned it back a little and removed the leaves. Still, the stems are nice and green.
They are getting lots of TLC and it seems possible they will make it through the winter for a second season of growth.
I planted three cells of this cell pack with seeds from dry Thai Peppers, that I had just harvested from the plant, and the other three cells with seeds from dried Ancho peppers. The Thai peppers germinated quickly! Much faster than bought seeds. I have a feeling the Ancho peppers wont grow, but it's fun to try.