A Fresh Supply of Sweet Peppers


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Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

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9 thoughts on “A Fresh Supply of Sweet Peppers”

  1. What a beautiful color combination. These peppers are in our stores — and in our gardens — now, and they’re such a treat. I especially like the ones that are in the process of ripening and changing colors.

    1. That is exactly what I thought when my wife brought this tray of sweet peppers—bright colors. We are on the same page my dear Linda. I love color photography, even though black and white photography is also pleasing to the eye Thank you for your supportive comment.

    2. Love the ripening peppers…the look and the smell. Also look presentably colorful when cooked ….Are these Panamanian produce and what is the name?

      1. Yes Rick, this is Panamanian produce. We buy our stuff from a supermarket about four blocks from our home. The name of sweet peppers in Spanish is “Ají dulce”. Very popular in this country. Thank you for your comment and visiting my blog.

      2. Yes Rick, this is Panamanian produce. We buy our stuff from a supermarket about four blocks from our home. The name of sweet peppers in Spanish is “Ají dulce”. Very popular in this country. Thank you for your comment and visiting my blog.

  2. Yum! I love all sorts of pepper including the hottest out there. I’m trying to grow from seed some scotch bonnet and ghost peppers but not having any luck so far. We grew some last year successfully but not this year, sadly.

  3. “If you don’t succeed the first time, try, try again.” Maybe there is a plentiful harvest of peppers waiting in the wings for you to enjoy. Keep on planting my dear friend. 🙂

      1. Let me know of your results. Springtime would be a good time to plant due to the nice weather and plenty of rain. You said it Barbara, it is beautiful outside. Plenty of warm sunshire and everything is lush green. So good to be alive. Thank you Lord!

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