Bell Pepper Purple Beauty
Bell Pepper Purple Beauty
Bell Pepper Purple Beauty
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Bell Pepper Purple Beauty

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Heirloom Organic Purple Beauty bell pepper is a distinctive and flavorful variety of pepper that boasts a rich history and deep roots in the world of gardening. This heirloom pepper is known for its striking purple color, its sweet and slightly tangy flavor, and its large, thick-walled fruits. It's a highly sought-after variety that is perfect for home gardens and small farms that are looking for a unique and flavorful organic option.

The Purple Beauty bell pepper is an heirloom variety that has been passed down through generations, its origins may be uncertain but it is believed to have been first introduced to gardening enthusiasts in the early 20th century. This variety quickly gained popularity among home gardeners and small farmers for its striking purple color, sweet and slightly tangy flavor, and large, thick-walled fruits.

Our Heirloom Organic Purple Beauty bell pepper seeds are non-GMO and grown using only the most natural and highest quality methods. This ensures that the plants that grow from these seeds are not only healthy and robust, but also free from any harmful chemicals or pesticides.

This pepper is also known for its versatility in the kitchen. It can be eaten raw, cooked, or pickled, and is a popular ingredient in a wide variety of dishes, from salads and sandwiches to stir-fries and stews. It's also a great source of essential vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C, Vitamin A and potassium.

In conclusion, Heirloom Organic Purple Beauty bell pepper is a distinctive and flavorful variety of pepper that boasts a rich history and deep roots in the world of gardening. This heirloom pepper is known for its striking purple color, its sweet and slightly tangy flavor, and its large, thick-walled fruits. It's a highly sought-after variety that is perfect for home gardens and small farms that are looking for a unique and flavorful organic option, it's also versatile in the kitchen and a great source of essential nutrients.

Planting

  • Recommended to start seeds indoors rather than in the garden.
  • The soil temperature must be at least 70°F for seed germination, so keep them in a warm area for the best results. Use a heat pad under the seed tray, if necessary.
  • Plant seeds about 1/4 inch deep.
  • Start seeds indoors 8-10 weeks before your last spring frost date.
  • Bell peppers require a fairly long growing season (60 to 90 days), so it’s best to get them started indoors.
  • Bell Pepper plants require full sun to produce the largest and healthiest fruit, so pick a site that won’t get shaded out by trees or other garden plants.
  • Soil should be well-draining and rich in organic matter. 
  • A soil consistency somewhere between sandy and loamy will ensure that the soil drains well and warms quickly. 
  • Soil pH should be slightly on the acidic side, 5.5 to 6.5 ideally.
  • A week before transplanting peppers into the garden, introduce fertilizer or aged compost into your garden soil.
  • Avoid planting peppers in places where you’ve recently grown other members of the nightshade family such as tomatoes, potatoes, or eggplants as this can expose peppers to disease. 

Transplanting

  • Begin to harden off plants about 10 days before transplanting outdoors.
  • Once nighttime temperatures reach at least 60°F, transplant seedlings outdoors, space them 18” to 24” apart.
  • Plant the transplants no deeper than they were already; otherwise, the stems may become susceptible to rot.
  • Soil temperature should be at least 65°F, as peppers will not survive transplanting at temps any colder. Northern gardeners can warm up the soil by covering it with black plastic.

Care

  • Soil should be well drained, but be sure to maintain adequate moisture either with mulch or plastic covering.
  • Water one to two inches per week, but remember that peppers are extremely heat sensitive. If you live in a warm or desert climate, watering everyday may be necessary.
  • Fertilize after the first fruit set. Peppers love fish emulsion, consider feeding once every two weeks.
  • Weed carefully around plants to avoid disturbing roots.
  • If necessary, support plants with cages or stakes to prevent bending. Try commercially available cone-shaped wire tomato cages.
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