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White Bell Pepper Seeds

White Bell Pepper Seeds

Plant size: 2-3 ft. Pod size: 4-6" Origin: USA Species: Annuum SHU: 0
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Maturing to a translucent white to pale yellow colored bell pepper, the White Bell Pepper is a rare breed compared to the bright yellow, green, and red bell peppers.  The White Bell typically grows to two to five inches and provides a crisp texture and sweet flavor.  If the white sweet pepper is left on the plant, the white pepper may turn to green, orange, or red with full maturity.  These peppers perform well when grown outdoors and are favored by home gardeners and local farms for their ease of growth, unusual coloring, and sweet flavor.  They can be grown as an annual or perennial, and are great to eat fresh and cooked such as grilling, roasting, sautéing, and baking,  

Species: Capsicum Annuum  

Heat Level: 0 Scoville heat units 

Type: Sweet 

Origin: South America 

Days to Harvest: 80-95 Days 

# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Bob Dobbs
Nice bell

Grew 4 of these plants, 3 produced white pods and 1 produced all red for some reason. Plants were both resilient and productive, got 8+ pods off each plant. Some were healthy sized but many were small. Flavor is fruity and only slightly sweet. Will grow these again.

Tasty bell pepper

These are tasty and easy to grow, the plant is now covered in little white/yellowish bell peppers. I've plucked a few and tried them raw and have also cooked some and put them on a pizza. I'm sure i'll grow these again next year.