What we love about sweet and bell peppers
- %count% varieties of sweet bell peppers
- Heirloom, open-pollinated, and organic seed available
- Productive, warm-season annuals
- Delicious fruits rich in vitamins and antioxidants
Homegrown peppers are superior to store-bought peppers
One of the vegetable garden's greatest rewards is a sweet, crunchy bell pepper. Easy to grow and treasured for generations, sweet and bell pepper seeds are a staple garden classic perfect for beginning growers and master gardeners alike.
Did you know that green and red bell peppers come from the same plant? Those of us that have only seen bell peppers in the grocery store might be convinced that different varieties produce different-colored fruit, but in reality, all bell peppers are initially green and ripen to yellow, then orange, and finally red as they age. Almost exactly like a stoplight.
Diverse selection of heirloom sweet and bell pepper varieties
Peppers are second only to garlic and onion in terms of flavor (and that opinion might vary depending on who you ask) Native to the Americas, sweet and bell peppers are so flavorful that they have become central to dishes across the world, resulting in the development of many heirloom varieties over the years.
What do you crave? Crisp bell peppers in nearly every hue of the color wheel? Try our Rainbow Bell Blend and astonish your family with bell peppers that aren't available at your local grocery store. Do you love olives and pimento cheese? Consider growing the heirloom sweet pepper Pimento and learn how to make your favorite foods from scratch!
With such an extensive collection of sweet and bell pepper seeds, we're bound to have the exact pepper that you're looking for. California Wonder Bell Pepper? Check. Sweet Banana Pepper? Got it. Peperoncini Italian? Yup, we have that one too.
Sweet and bell pepper seeds of the highest quality
At Eden Brothers, we know how important it is to you to grow your own food. We understand that you're concerned about your own health and the wellbeing of the environment, and we hold those values close too. That's why many of your favorite sweet and bell pepper varieties are available as organic seed, and we add more varieties to that list every year. If you're on a quest to discover the most coveted heirloom sweet and bell pepper seeds, we have those too.
Whatever seed you choose: hybrid, heirloom, organic, or open-pollinated, you can rest assured that your sweet and bell pepper seed packets will arrive at your door with zero additives or fillers. That's why we took the Safe Seed Pledge—to make a commitment to our customers to always offer the highest quality seeds available.
Grow the best sweet and bell peppers—It's Easy!
Bell peppers and sweet peppers are warm-season annuals, so you'll want to wait until after all danger of frost to put your pepper plants outside. Start your pepper seeds indoors about eight to ten weeks before your area's average last frost date, and harden off your pepper seedlings to outdoor conditions before moving your pepper seedlings to their final home.
Weed pepper seedlings when young, and water them about an inch each week. Sweet and bell peppers are vigorous growers that start setting fruit in midsummer and don't quit until the first fall frost. Growing your food is really that easy. Your very own victory garden begins today with the purchase of your favorite sweet and bell pepper seeds!