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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Coming to a garden in the future....


I like to add red bell pepper for the color but prefer them while they are still green.

20 comments:

CheerfulMonk said...

I thought I had added sweet peppers to the list of seeds we bought, but apparently I left them out. Maybe next time. I do love them, and I agree, the red does make a better picture.

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Nice

Hootin' Anni said...

Peppers are good, I like them, but red or green (& yellow or orange), they don't like me so much. I still eat them when cooked.

Ann said...

I almost always choose the green peppers but red is a nice pop of color in food

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

The red pepper looks delicious, I like the red, orange and yellow pepper. Enjoy your day, wishing you a great week ahead.

Judy said...

Yum!! and I can’t wait to have them growing again in the garden.

Sandra said...

red like this is my favorite, yellow is 2nd, green bell peppers are 3rd. I like to just keep them in slices and eat as a snack, or cooked in things.

ushasurya said...

Lovely luscious one !! I love all colours..cooked or in thin slices used for sandwiches :)))

Ruthie said...

Beautiful rich color.

happyone said...

Such a pretty red color. I like all the colors but do like the red best. I love eating them as a snack

don said...

It has a beautiful color, but either one are more flavor than I like.

Laura. M said...

Un pimiento muy hermoso.
Un abrazo.

At Home In New Zealand said...

These sweet peppers (which we call capsicums) give me upset tummy and make my hands itch madly if I touch them. I avoid them as much as I can!

Kodak said...

Nice splash of color with this red bell pepper image.

Steven said...

This is a beauty! I love red bell pepper, especially in salads.

Small City Scenes said...

I like the green better also
MB

Ruth Hiebert said...

I'm not a huge pepper fan for eating, but this one sure makes a great picture. Oh, I do eat them occasionally , but not very often.

ElaineH said...

A gorgeous bell pepper. I have never had much luck growing them. This one is perfect.

harry said...

I thought red and green bell peppers were distinct types. You seem to say if I leave the freens on the plant long enough they will turn red. Hmm. But I agree completely that the reds are sweeter,

Red Rose Alley said...

Yes, I like the green ones too. Don't remember every trying the red ones. They have yellow at the store as well.

Have a restful weekend, Rose.

~Sheri

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