These little peppers are crisp and sweet. I ate the first ripe pepper right in the garden. I’m growing a few chilies and several different mild or bell peppers. These mini bell pepper plants are compact and heavy producers. Baby bells are a good choice for growing in containers.
There are truly a rainbow of colors for bell peppers. Try something new, like Baby Bells, beautiful in the garden and tasty in recipes. The green peppers are not as sweet and sometimes more bitter than the red, yellow or orange peppers. Bell peppers are at their sweetest when allowed to ripen on the plant in full sun.
Red peppers also have twice the vitamin C content of green peppers. Bell peppers are an excellent source of vitamins C and A. One raw pepper provides more vitamin C than one cup of orange juice.
The red and yellow baby bell peppers are beautiful together on an antipasto plate or in a big summer salad. This pepper seed is easy to find in several catalogs.
I got my seed at Renee’s Garden. I like that both the red and yellow peppers came in one seed pack. After all, how many pepper plants does a home gardener need?