Bell Peppers in September – A Late Seattle Harvest


The summer came late, and then stuck around for a while, leaving us with some unseasonably warm September weather. The bell peppers didn’t mind. I think they like it. Not only are bell peppers delicious – they’re also beautiful.

Late September Harvest

Late September Harvest

Perfect Little Red Bell Pepper

Perfect Little Red Bell Pepper

Dark Purple Bell Pepper

Dark Purple Bell Pepper

Red Bell Peppers in Seattle

Red Bell Peppers in Seattle

Of course, if you like looking at bell peppers, I’ll bet you like eating them even more. We made breakfast with our potatoes, bell peppers, and some spanish torpedo onions, all from the garden. Amazing.

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