I'm new to gardening, this is the second time for me trying to make a vegetable garden. Last year I bought a plant of chili and it grew very big. Some branches became very long at the bottom and with the weight of the chilies they almost touched the ground. I don't want to make the same mistake this year so I was trying to understand how to prune them. I googled "how to prune chili plants" (and I read for example https://homeguides.sfgate.com/trim-chili-pepper-bush-29973.html), but I can't apply those techniques to every single type of chili I guess, especially when I don't even know what the plant should look like (a bush, a little tree..). I took a picture for every chili I have, can you please help me identify identify the branches I should remove? I just numbered the branches without numbering the leaves to make the pictures look cleaner. Should some leaves be cut as well?
Hot daisy? I can't find it under this name, it's this exact chili here though