Yes, bell peppers and green bell peppers come from the same plant. Often, green bell peppers are just red, yellow, or orange peppers that have yet to ripen.
Bell peppers come from the Americas. They were introduced to the whole world when the Columbian exchange was happening.
Bell peppers can come in a variety of colors such as red, yellow, orange and green. They can be used for a variety of recipes and foods. The bell peppers have an effect of being high in potassium.
no, green peppers are simply unripe red ones
Bell peppers are fruit because they contain the seeds of the plant. Bell peppers come in a variety of colors such as yellow, green, red and orange and have different taste.
Although a red color is more associated with "hot" peppers, bell peppers come in several colors, often produced by selective breeding. They can be red, orange, and yellow.
Yes red bell peppers come from green bell peppers, as do most bell peppers. They develop their color variances and flavor as they ripen. If you are growing bell peppers make sure you choose a variety you want, don't assume your green bell pepper will ripen into a lovely red as you may be disappointed and end up with a yellow or chocolate colored fruit. Variances are great and may vary immensely between (yellows, orange, reds, purple, and brown) Try growing the "Chianti Bell" It's a nice red bell pepper with a thick sweet hull. Yummmmmm :-)
Bell peppers translates to Spanish as pimientos.
The Red Hot Chilli Peppers come from the USA.
bell peppers are used for colour for the food and decoration
Green peppers are just green capsicums. The Americans just call them peppers.