(Mother Earth) Growing Colorful Bell Peppers April 04, 2006 3:34 PM
April 4, 2006
Growing Colorful Bell Peppers
by Barbara Pleasant
Did you know that all baby peppers start out green, then change color as they mature? Learn more about growing bell peppers for maximum flavor and nutrition.
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