Looking for Purple Bell Peppers or other Purple Pepper seeds? If you love purple like we do, you always want to plant purple flowers... but did you know you can also plant purple vegetables like Purple Bell Peppers or Purple Tomatoes? Purple is one of the best colors in your garden, it compliments the green leaves and everyone who sees a purple pepper or fruit are delighted!
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If you like hot peppers like us, check out the Bhut Jolokia Purple pepper, which is beautiful and adds super hot heat to any recipe or salsa. The Purple Bhut pods start out purple with dull skin, then white/pale green and glossy, then turn deep purple and then red with dark blotches at maturity.
The Purple Beauty Bell Pepper is an ever-bearing upright 24" plant that produces peppers that mature from light green to white and then develop purple stripes that cover the whole fruit. The beautiful purple skin contrasts nicely with its lime green flesh, they're quite charming in a salad!
If you want even more color in your vegetable garden, check out the gorgeous Bolivian Rainbow Pepper – this is a unique and bright ornamental landscape plant that has beautiful purple, orange and red colored peppers for the entire season. The peppers are edible, but it is usually grown as an ornamental – but that doesn't stop us from using them, we love drying these Bolivian Rainbow Peppers to make hot pepper flakes for spicing up any recipe.
For more purple peppers, check out our new NuMex Easter Ornamental Pepper seeds also grow into beautiful plants loaded with pastel peppers, ranging from purple lavender to light yellow and then maturing to a light orange. Peppers are spicy and edible. The clusters of peppers on the tips of each compact branch are an ever-changing array of pastel Easter colors.
These NuMex Twilight Pepper plants above are gorgeous for lining walkways or as a highlight in your vegetable garden. These plants create a colorful display through the summer months and will make a great statement in your landscape when multiple plants are grouped together.