Visually striking and flavorful, growing peppers will spice up your cuisine AND your garden.
Growing peppers will color your garden with dazzling, eye-catching fruit. Shown here, from left, are ‘Sante Fe’ (yellow), pimento (dark red), ‘Marconi’ (bright green with a blush of red), ‘Apple’ (mid-range red), poblano (deep green), ‘Jimmy Nardello’ (bright red) and cayenne (orange red).
ILLUSTRATION: KEITH WARD
Cooking your way through harvests of ‘Gypsy’ or other specialty sweet peppers should (happily) be a lengthy task, as these peppers produce good crops over an extended period of time.