Answer: I expect what you saw was a pepper plant with peppers in various stages of maturity. Peppers start out green and then can turn red, orange, yellow or even purple in maturity. Here's a source of hundreds of pepper plants - contact them for a descriptive catalog: The Pepper Gal, P. O. Box 23006, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33307-3006. Some pepper plants will produce crops in short-season areas. I'm sure you'll find just the right variety!
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