Bell peppers have a rounded, square shape with four lobes. They are hollow, with flat seeds inside. Bell peppers are the most commonly grown type of pepper in North America. Most bell peppers are harvested when they are still green, but when left to mature on the plant for a longer length of time, some peppers will turn shades of red, yellow or even purple.
73 days - Chocolate Beauty turns from a green to an attractive chocolate color. The sweetness of this pepper will surprise you. Can be harvested green, but leave plenty on the plant to mature to a rich chocolate brown. That's when they're sweetest and have the most vitamin C. 'Chocolate Beauty' is one of the first to mature under cool summer nighttime temperatures. Bears 4-5 thick-walled peppers per plant. These medium-large smooth, 3-4 lobed fruit will add color to your veggie platters and cooked cuisine.