Peppers, Baby Belle, Minis
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- Baby Belle Peppers are Cute and Delicious with a Crunchy Texture and Sweet Flavor
- Bite-Sized Beauties Make Wonderful Eating Fresh Off the Plants as Quick Nutritious Snacks
- Perfect Size To Quickly Core and Toss Into Salads
- Compact Plants are Heavy Producers and Ornamental in Garden or Containers
- Seeds Are Color-Coded to Distinguish Varieties
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Our Baby Belle peppers are cute and delicious with a crunchy texture and sweet flavor.These bite-size little beauties make wonderful eating fresh off the plants or enjoy them as tasty, quick and nutritious snacks. They are the perfect size to quickly core and toss into fresh salads. The compact plants are heavy producers, and ornamental in the garden or containers. Seeds are color coded with USDA food grade stain.
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Edit-(October 23, 2018)
It took a VERY LONG TIME to finally get some seedlings. I planted it directly in my outdoor garden & it took 3 months maybe - 90+days. I just transplanted it and brought it inside. I hope it survives. I recommend you Plant very early. Indoors and transplant. I’ll start my plants for 2019 in February. I changed my rating to 3 ⭐️ because the tiny red peppers 🌶 taste pretty good but the yellow never took.
Once the seedlings took hold, though, they grew well, and i thinned down to one. I'm growing mine in a west-facing window sill in an 8" pot, which is far from ideal conditions, but it's thriving anyway. It grew to about 15" tall.
I've already cut off a few to eat peppers to eat, and despite how late it is in the season, my plant has 3 red peppers and 8 green ones still growing.
And while they do taste just like full-size red bell peppers, they look more like mini jalapenos or similar hot peppers. The picture on the packet is misleading. If you're serving these to guests, expect them to think they'll be spicy (they're not).