Friday, November 14, 2008

Perky Peppers

The color can be green, red, yellow, orange and, more rarely, white, purple, blue, and brown, depending on when they are harvested and the specific cultivar. Green peppers are less sweet and slightly more bitter than red, yellow or orange peppers

Perky Peppers

Did you know that all baby peppers start out green, then change color as they mature? In fact, when you're growing bell peppers, some stay green until they mature to yellow or red, while others may turn white, lilac or purple before maturing to red, yellow or orange.

Perky Peppers, painting by Delilah Smith

About This Painting:
Perky Peppers
10x8 oil with painted sides and the back is wired. The painting can be hung as is or framed.

Media: oil
Size: 8 in X 10 in (20.3 cm X 25.4 cm)

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