Easy-to-Grow Sweet Peppers 

That being said, the following are six varieties of sweet peppers that are typically simple to cultivate  

Bell Peppers   

Perhaps the most popular sweet pepper is bell. Red, yellow, orange, and green are available. They're easy to grow and useful in the kitchen.  

Sweet Banana Peppers   

These tall, skinny peppers resemble bananas, hence their name. They taste mild and sweet and are good for pickling, salads, and stuffing.  

California Wonder Peppers 

California Wonder peppers, another popular bell pepper, with huge, blocky fruits. Perfect for stuffing, grilling, or eating fresh.  

Cubanelle Peppers   

Sautéing, frying, or stuffing Cubanelle peppers is delicious due to their sweetness and spice. Green at first, scarlet when ripe.  

Marconi Peppers   

Marconi peppers are huge, tapering Italian sweet peppers. They cook well when fried, grilled, or stuffed due to their thick meat.  

Sweet Chocolate Peppers   

These peppers are delicious and fruity and turn chocolate brown. They taste well fresh in salads or sandwiches and provide color to cooked foods.  


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