Is there such a thing as a Blue pepper?

Is there such a thing as a Blue pepper?

Is there such a thing as a Blue pepper?

One of the most beautiful of both ornamental and edible peppers, the Filius Blue pepper produces beautiful ovoid chillies that start out a deep purple-blue colour which they remain for a long time before ripening to red. Filius Blue chillies are unusual in that they lose their heat when they ripen.

Where do blue peppers grow?

Filius Blue is an heirloom chile originating from Mexico. It's a compact plant, growing no more than 2 feet tall with blue-tinged foliage and delicate white flowers, and because of that it makes a beautiful container plant.

Are Blue peppers edible?

The peppers themselves can grow when mature to 2 ½” long and barely get 1” wide. Many people grow the Filius Blue as an ornamental pepper. However, it is edible and, for an ornamental, surprisingly flavorful.

What is Rainbow pepper?

Rainbow pepper is a colorful way to enjoy the culinary properties from a combination of peppercorns, adding heat and flavor to a multitude of recipes. ... This blend of Black, White, Green, and Pink Peppercorns creates a visually fascinating, aromatic, and flavorful addition to your favorite dish.

What are purple peppers?

Purple bell peppers (Capsicum annuum) resemble traditional green or red varieties except for their striking purple hue. They require the same care and growing conditions as other peppers, but harvesting them at the right time ensures they retain their attractive purple color.

What is a rare pepper?

Purple Bhut Jolokia Seeds The Purple Bhut Jolokia is a very rare pepper, and has a nice sweet flavor with a good burn. A rare, natural variant of the red Bhut Jolokia, these beautiful purple peppers grow on bushy 30” tall plants.

Are Rainbow Peppers edible?

They somewhat resemble Christmas lights because of their shape and their bright and differing colors. In addition, the foliage and blossoms are purple, making the plant even more unique. The chiles are very hot, so use them cautiously, but they are delicious in salads or salsas, and can be dried or pickled.

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