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Sweet, firm, mild - perfect for stuffing or eating fresh, but patience and summer sun is needed for these to ripen to red.
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At heart, gardeners are perennial optimists, growing plants in hopes of reaping bountiful flowers, fruits, or vegetables. Bell peppers will try gardeners' patience because it's a long haul until this 'Red Beauty' pepper does finally turn red and sweet. 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, finally, to luscious red peppers. If you want larger red peppers, remove up to 50% of the flowers, so the remaining fruits can grow bigger.
|Common Name||Red Bell Pepper|
|Culinary Uses||Fresh or cooked, countless uses and cuisines|
|Harvest Time||70 - 85 days from transplanting|
|Mature Size||Plant is 24 " - 36" tall, mature fruit about 3" - 4" wide, 4" - 4-1/2" long|
|Cold Hardiness||Frost sensitive perennial grown as an annual|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|