GMO Free bell Peppers Seeds


If you’re like me, you add bell peppers to everything – green, yellow, red, even black bell peppers – no discriminationJ

And they’re not just delicious; they are full of health benefits including being an excellent source of vitamin A, C, potassium, fiber and iron.

So if you’re going to use them, especially often, it makes sense to grow your own!  And they’re so easy to grow, even with little space because they’re great in containers.

Your wallet will thank you, the environment will thank you, and your body will thank you!

25 seeds for $5

Each packets has a rainbow of peppers – green, red, even purple!


How to Grow

Bell peppers thrive in warm seasons; You can start their seedlings indoor 6 to 8 weeks before your last chance of frost.  I’ve also been successful planting directly into the soil once the soil is around 80 degrees.  As long as the soil is warm enough, the seeds should germinate in about a week.

You’ll want to give your plants some space to grow, so plant 2-3 seeds 18 to 24 inches apart.  They love sun so plant them in an area that gets at least 6-8 hours of sun per day.  They also do best in well drained soil, so mix compost into your soil when planting, then water your seeds immediately.

You should see your babies sprouting within 10 days.

Bell peppers take their time… about 100 days before you’ll start harvesting your fruit.  The plants should produce peppers throughout the summer.

Great companion plants for bell peppers are basil, onions, okra and beans


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25 seeds for $5

Each packets has a rainbow of peppers – green, red, even purple!

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