I have several pepper plants this year. Not as many as tomatoes (!), but quite more than I've ever attempted to grow before. Several varieties, too. I have two questions. One is, "Why do my bell pepper plants (about three out of a row of seven) look like they're "praying"? Their leaves aren't curled or anything, but they're standing almost straight UP- almost like the plant is reaching up for something. Not all the peppers in this area are doing this. Another question is, "Can a Cayenne ever look more like an Anaheim pepper?" I purchased five Cayenne pepper plants, from two different sources. The one that I got from Bean Mountain Farm, which is well-known in our area and I trust their labelling, has lots of peppers on it that LOOK like cayenne peppers- long and slim and only slightly curving (at this point). They're not red yet, but that will come. The other four plants, which I got from a "grocery store plant stand", SAID something like "Cayenne- Big Jim" on the markers. It was a 4-pack. But the whole plant looks slightly different from the "known" Cayenne, and the peppers are beginning to look suspiciously like Anaheim peppers! I have an Anaheim out in the front bed, which is much larger than the ones in the back, and it has no fruit of any real size yet (that I can see). I can't tell if it looks "just like" the ones int he back or not- but their fruit sure looks like Anaheims!Dh says the marker could easily have gotten misplaced, which I agree with. Now, don't get me wrong- I would use many more Anaheims than I would Cayennes, anyway, so this would not be a BAD thing. But what I'm concerned about is chopping up a WHOLE what I THINK is an Anaheim to toss into a pot of something yummy (or two, or three), and it ends up they really were Cayennes, just huge, curled, and thick! So- Is there a type of Cayenne that CAN look like an Anaheim??? Should I treat these as Anaheims, or as Cayennes? Or, are ALL Cayennes slim like the ones on the known bush?