Lorraine MillerAugust 3, 2014

I planted two peppers together in a large pot. One red, one yellow. The peppers are doing well, however they are green. I did not. Get any red or yellow peppers. Is there something I should have done, was it a mistake to put two different color peppers together. Or we're they green peppers with the wrong label. The peppers are growing to a nice size , just not the colors I wanted.o

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conchitaFL(10 Hutchinson Island)

Colored peppers usually start green and turn red or yellow as they ripen. For some varieties it can take a very long time before they turn red.

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