|I have Anaheim Chilies and Big Jim Chilie planted in a raised garden. Soil is well mixed with dirt, potting soil, top soil and mulch. The plants are beautiful. The temperatures here have been consistantly 100-113 every day and drop to about 80-90 at night. I water with a drip system once a day-soil drains very well-for 30 minutes. It is on a timer. As chili plants will do, during the heat of the day the droop and at sunset the fluff back up. The peppers are coming on fine but only grow to about 3 inchs instead of 7 or so. I have grown them successfully in the mountains of Arizona at about 6500 feet. I use the same method, daily water and Miracle Grow once a month. I am stumped. The bloom are plentiful and the chilies are nice looking-just short and turn red instead of growing to full length. Any suggestions?