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19.3 oz. Red Bell Sweet Pepper Plant

  • Big, blocky peppers with mild, sweet flavor
  • Plants grow 24 in. to 36 in. tall, 18 in. to 24 in. wide
  • Fruits start to mature 70 to 80 days after planting
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Product Overview

Big, sweet, blocky-shaped fruits are perfect for grilling, stuffing, salads, and fresh eating. Peppers ripen from green to red, becoming sweeter as they mature. Plants are very productive and grow well throughout most areas of the country. Be sure to stake plants to provide support when loaded with mature fruits. Peppers will take a little while to turn red, but they're worth the wait!
  • Bright red, blocky pepper with thick walls -- great for stuffing
  • Mild, sweet flavor with a hearty crunch
  • Ripen from green to red
  • Great for containers and may need to be staked
  • Chopped peppers freeze well
  • Light Requirements: Full sun
  • Space 18" to 24" apart
  • Nightshade Family
  • 56 - 74 Days to Harvest
  • Good for containers
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  • Grow fresh peppers right at home. Why start with Bonnie Plants. Get a jump start on planting. Grow strong, vigorous plants. Harvest sooner. Delivered right to your home. Plant. Bonnie Core. Vegetable. Home garden. Red bell sweet pepper plant. Bell pepper. Live plant.

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Mature Height
2-3 ft
Planting Depth (in.)
4.25 in


Additional Characteristics
Annual / Perennial
Average Shipping Height (in.)
4 in
Best Time to Plant
Spring to Summer
Blossom Color
Botanical Name
Capsicum annuum Red Bell
Common Name
Pepper Plant
Days to Harvest
Edible Type
Growth Habit
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
18 to 24 inches
Shipped As
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 17 reviews
  • 57% recommend this product
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South Jersey near Philly
Very pleased, planted late April, covered one or two nights, this is what they look like July 9, 2020...
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    These are NOT high yielding pepper plants. I have grown with great success tomatoes, cabbage, koh...
    These are NOT high yielding pepper plants. I have grown with great success tomatoes, cabbage, kohlrabi, cantaloupe, cucumbers and I have two fruit producing mango trees and a half dozen dwarf cavendish banana trees that also produce though, like they say, it rakes a white for bananas to set up the flag leaf. I grow all manner of herbs. The point is, I have grown fruits and veggies and I never had luck with the red, yellow or orange bell pepper. I've tried them in my grow box, in the rich soil just outside my grow box (amended also with compost) and now in a container. Everything else does well, so I have to say it it is the plant. I find that once one bell pepper starts growing, the other blossoms and tiny peppers fall off. The bell pepper growing now is thick-walled and blocky, it will be a nice pepper once it finally turns red. But it seems for the duration, there will be no other peppers. To me, it's not worth going through all that if the plant can only produce one pepper at a time. I am now trying the Bonnie "organics" bell pepper, in orange. This may be different as the plant is taller, and now I have four tiny bell pepper plants growing, plus I see three others forming and then there are half a dozen blossoms and about the same number of buds. We'll see. I have grown them in spring, summer, fall... I think the way these plants are, the regular bell pepper can only make one pepper at a time. I hope Bonnie can find a way to remedy that. Yes, I use fertilizer and water appropriately, and mulch. Just can't get it together with this type of pepper plant.
      4 people found this helpful
      Produced like crazy with a little chicken poop. More pepers than 6 families could handle.
      More pepers than 6 families could handle. Full sun, chicken poop, and water deep 1 a week. Best pepper plants in 50 years of gardening.
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        growing well and producing
        we bought this Red Bell Pepper plant just 2.5 months ago and with care it has grown and started producing bell peppers already. loves full sun and about 5-6 moisture level on a standard moisture meter. pic attached to show progress.
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          Nice strong plants
          Nice strong plants
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          Nice plants... will see how well they grow and produce.
          Nice plants... will see how well they grow and produce.
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          The plants have been planted and are doing well...
          The plants have been planted and are doing well
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          Great plant!!!
          Great plant!!!
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