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Just as sweet and tasty as red bell peppers when fully ripe, and yes, you can eat these when still green, just like red bell peppers.
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'Golden Bell' pepper is similar in growth habit as red bell peppers. Taking anywhere from 70 to 80 days from transplanting to harvest, this yellow bell pepper is sweet with thick walls when fully mature. Find the sunniest spot in your garden to grow peppers, water them deeply and only when the soil is dry, and watch them grow from small green peppers to larger green peppers and finally, to luscious yellow peppers. If you can't wait, go for a green one; that will help divert more growing power to the remaining fruits.
|Common Name||Yellow Bell Pepper|
|Culinary Uses||Fresh or cooked|
|Harvest Time||70 - 80 days from transplanting|
|Mature Size||Plant 18" - 24" tall and wide|
|Cold Hardiness||Frost sensitive perennial grown as an annual|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|