Red Bell Pepper

(3 customer reviews)



Big, sweet, blocky-shaped fruits are perfect for grilling, stuffing, salads, and fresh eating. Peppers ripen from green to red, becoming sweeter as they mature. Plants are very productive and grow well throughout most areas of the country. Be sure to stake plants to provide support when loaded with mature fruits. Peppers will take a little while to turn red, but they’re worth the wait!


  • Origin: India
  • Weight/Size:(+) 200 gms
  • Packing Size (Kg)    03 | 05


Sweet, juicy, nutritious red fruits add appetizing color to fresh salads and are superb for stuffing. Also great on the grill! The big, blocky peppers (they average around 4 to 6 Ounces) ripen from dark green to bright red. High-yielding plants are well adapted throughout the US. Grow your own and avoid premium prices at the grocery store. Organic varieties are only available at retailers.

  • Light:                                    Full Sun
  • Matures:                               70 to 80 days after planting
  • Fruit Size:                              5 Inches Long
  • Plant Spacing:                      18 to 24 inches apart
  • Plant Height:                        Medium (24-48″)
  • Planting Time:                      Spring, Summer
  • Annual/Perennial:                Annual
  • Pot Material:                        Growers
  • Pepper Heat:                        Sweet

Sweet, nutritious & delicious

Red bell pepper is a type of sweet pepper that is typically larger and milder in flavor compared to hot peppers. It is a popular vegetable used in many cuisines around the world due to its versatility and mild taste. Are an excellent source of nutrients, including vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and fiber. They are also low in calories, making them a great addition to a healthy diet.

3 reviews for Red Bell Pepper

  1. Ante Tempor

  2. Nulla Blandit

  3. Libero Sapien

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