An ornamental pepper that works well in containers, 'NuMex Twilight' fruits begin purple, transition to yellow, then orange and finally to red.

How to grow peppers from seed When to Plant : For a head start, plant seeds indoors 6 weeks before the last frost. Peppers can be planted outdoors when frost is no longer a threat and the soil is reasonably warm. Watering : Water regularly, but too much water will result in much milder hot peppers. Soil : Moist, rich, and well drained. Days to Harvest : Can be harvested in as few as 55 days for green and immature, or up to 95 days for red and ripe.

Growing Peppers - Peppers are one of the easiest and most satisfying vegetable plants to grow. This Sweet Banana pepper plant is an All America Selection that grows well in all regions.

The robust smell and diverse shades of purple, blue, soft pink and white flowers, learn everything you need to know for growing lavender!

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A sweet and fruity spinach smoothie filled with golden pineapple and smooth avocado. Pack more fruits and veggies into your diet every day!

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