Some selected chiles were picked already, though it's the first "real" harvest.
Fresno and Scotch Bonnet are most abudant. Those plants are biggest and groing faster, so i had had to cut lots of upper branches recently, as their leaves shaded off the lower ones completely and the latter ones started falling down.
Fresno is the most abudant of all, there's only one ripened Cherry and there are only few still ripening. Fruits look just the same as their parents i took the seeds out of, so most likely these are not hybrids. Fresno fruits are very meaty, with remarkably thick flesh.
Habanero Pink is the slowest in both growing and blooming. It's overwhelmed by faster growers around. There are new flowers some fruits still ripening.