Bell Pepper Color - Knowledgebase Question

Bethlehem, PA
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Question by coolrun0
January 17, 1999
In 1998, I planted pepper seeds that I dried from peppers that I bought at the grocery store during the previous year.

Much to my amazement I produced "white peppers". Do they really exist? Is this an abnormality?

I brought the plant inside before the frost. I currently have at least 1 white pepper on the plant and it appears that I will probably have about 1/2 dozen if all of the flowers develop.

Please let me know if this is normal or atypical.

Answer from NGA
January 17, 1999
Your peppers are certainly unusual! Peppers do come in a variety of colors, though, including the gamut from a chocolate brown to lavender to the more ordinary red, green and yellow. Enjoy your harvest -- let's hope they taste good!

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