Most peppers are green. As they ripen many will turn red. Bell Boy is a very popular green pepper. It also turns red when fully ripe.
the varations of colour on are straberry are red when they are ripe and white and green when not ripe the varations of colour on are straberry are red when they are ripe and white and green when not ripe the varations of colour on are straberry are red when they are ripe and white and green when not ripe
When they are not ripe they are green, but they are red when ripe.
They are. Its the green ones that aren't ripe.
Varys in size. When ripe there deep green in color and feels thick when squeezed.
Some apples are red when they are ripe and some are green when they are ripe. Neither type is "better for you" than the other. Those apples that are red when ripe are often green when they are not ripe. Eating those kinds of green apples (unripe apples) is not good for you. That is the only sense in which red apples are "better for you" than green apples.
If you're talking about Capsicum annum -- commonly known as the bell pepper -- the difference is minimal. Green peppers are the not-fully-ripe versions of the red, yellow, and orange varieties. Bell peppers are not hot, since they contain no capsaicin.
Red not Green or Orange, but Red
Red and may have streaks of blue/black.
When it is red, not green.
Green if not ripe, yellow if ripe, brown to black if bruised or overripe. There are some bananas that are red when ripe.
Crushed green pepper
Dried skins of ripe chili peppers. Available in flakes or powder.
Sweet pepper is another term for red, yellow or green bell pepper.
when they start to red and green
green or red
Pepper plants can be red, green, sometimes orange
white or red pepper as well as green pepper
Yellow when ripe but when unripe they are green and when they are over ripe they are brown and mushy. --some are yellow, some are dark red, some are green, (even when ripe). it all depends on the type of banana.
Yes, only when it is ripe otherwise it is green
All tomatoes that are red have passed through a phase of being green before they are ripe.
No, green bananas are under ripe. Bananas go from green to yellow to brown (ripe).