Growing Bell Peppers for Bright Colorful Harvests

November 6, 2023
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Peter Piper snatched a packet of pepper. But first he had to plant peppers, and you can too! In fact, learning how to grow peppers is so simple that you will never have to harvest peppers at the grocery store again. This makes it an ideal plant for gardeners who love vegetables and are unpretentious in care.

The staff was very friendly and helpful. Some gardeners plant them in landscapes only because of their attractive flowers. Delicious fruits come in a variety of festive shades – from green to orange, red and purple. When there is no pepper nearby, the plant itself is perfect for its lush green foliage and small white flowers.

The bell pepper is closely related to all other types of peppers, such as crown of egypt and Habeneros. Unlike its pungent taste, it lacks the chemical capsaicin responsible for the spiciness. For this reason, you will often hear them called peppers-and that’s exactly what they are!

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Originally from Central and South America, the pepper was imported to Europe by Columbus and other researchers and has since been cultivated all over the world. By nature, it is a perennial in warm weather, so residents of cold regions grow it only as an annual every year. As a rule, these are unpretentious plants, but the right temperature is important for their prosperity. You can use your pepper as a perennial plant if you live in a warm climate or grow it indoors in winter. If you choose the latter, keep it warm and sufficiently illuminated.

When grown as annual plants, peppers usually produce a set of fruits. As a result, they can continue to bear fruit during the winter.

The bell pepper plant grows up to 4 feet tall and 2 inches wide. The fruit-yes, it is a fruit – is usually 3 to 4 inches long. Peppers are often harvested prematurely when they are still green. If you want to get married, you can do it yourself. Whether the color is red, orange, yellow, purple or brown depends on the variety.

Varieties of peppers

They may seem like independent species, but in reality the pepper is a kind of annual pepper. This species has been divided into five groups of edible peppers. The Grossum group includes all peppers. Here are some of our favorites:

Gourmet

With gourmet peppers, you will get a beautiful orange tint. It has thick and juicy walls with a fruity taste. The plant has high resistance to the tobacco mosaic virus, bears fruit early and has a high yield. This is an award-winning variety that gardeners admire.

Gypsy

Almost any color can be combined with this variety. His skin is first green, then turns yellow, orange and finally red. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay in the city! The peppers are long, thin and ready for consumption only 65 days after transplantation.

Cherry

This is the cutest of all peppers. They are round, red, the size of a cherry, they give excellent daily and hearty snacks. The plant generously fructifies with cherries, so you will not have any problems buying these sweets.

Chocolate

Chocolate pepper? It sounds like a strange combination, but it is a very tasty treat. It has a creamy reddish-brown skin and red flesh. The food was delicious and the service was excellent. In addition, he quickly gets bored (60-75 days).

Messenger

It is one of the best Capsicum plants that can be harvested green, although it turns red afterwards. It has a square shape and a tart taste that is ideal for culinary use. It is a robust plant, resistant to the tobacco mosaic virus and other ailment. Unfortunately, this is a hybrid, so its seeds are sterile.

Yellow Monster

With these giants, you will definitely get more fruits for your money. Yellow monster peppers are twice as big as other varieties – 8 inches long!. You will notice that they taste very sweet and have a fleshy texture. At first they are green and gradually turn bright yellow.

Purple beauty

It is no more decorative than the purple beauty. It has such a dark purple tint that it looks almost black (like an eggplant). However, when you cut it, the fruit turns lime green! If you are a mature woman, purple will turn into dark red. These purple peppers are among the most productive and fastest plants, they can only be harvested about 70 pieces.

Planting peppers

Plant peppers from seeds or seedlings. We recommend seeds because there are more varieties to choose from than the limited number of seedlings in garden stores. Peppers have a long growing season, so in cold climates you will have to sow the seeds indoors. Otherwise, frosts can ruin your harvest earlier than you have time!

Sow the seeds indoors 6 to 10 weeks before the last expected frosts. Water each seed to a depth of ¼ inch in well-drained soil and maintain constant humidity. The bed was very comfortable and the bed very comfortable.

It will take about 10 days for the seeds to germinate. Once the seeds are out of the ground, remove the plastic wrap and transfer the container to a sunny place indoors. Maintain soil moisture until the time of transplantation.

While your seeds are germinating, prepare the soil in which they will be planted. You can assign them a place in your garden or grow them in a large container. Whatever you choose, use well-drained soil. Add more organic matter, such as composted manure, to increase fertility and water retention. When all chances of frost have disappeared and the soil temperature is regularly above 65°F, you can start transplanting.

Care

With the right care schedule, you won’t have to work too hard. If you monitor the temperature and water regularly, you will harvest sooner than the time to look back!

Water and humidity

Peppers have shallow roots, so water is the key to preserving them. Periodic watering with insufficient watering can make the walls of the pepper thin, not thick, and the taste bitter. For best results, keep the soil moist, but do not overwater. 1 to 2 inches per week should be enough, but additional hydration may be needed during flowering and in hot weather.

Ground

You will need a well-drained soil with a good balance between loamy and sandy. Peppers love nutrients, so provide the soil with a lot of organic matter from mulch and fertilization. The exact pH value is not too important here, but the ideal range is from 5.5 to 7.0.

Fertilization

Fertilizer is important for the cultivation of quality fruits, as peppers depend on nutrients for their superior texture and taste. You should fertilize the plant twice a year. At the beginning of the season, apply fertilizer to the soil before planting. When the plants begin to bloom, add fertilization to accelerate the growth of fruits.

We want the plants to use their energy to produce fruits, so choose fertilizers with a low nitrogen content, such as 5-10-10. This will slow down the growth of the leaves and help the plants focus on growing the product.

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