I think I’ve already mentioned that I’ve planted a fairly big crop of black hungarian peppers from seed. We had one plant last year and made a jar of paprika with it. We like a little kick in our cooking, so it was a nice supplement to the more common sweet paprika. This year I went hog-wild and planted a dozen or so seedlings, which are doing quite well (but falling on top of each other, as I ran out of stakes and cages).
The black hungarian peppers start off green, then turn black and stay that way for a very long time, before suddenly becoming a beautiful brilliant red. I was able to catch all three stages in the picture above.
I also have one plant of the sweet paprika (Alma Paprika, from the seedsavers exchange).
As well as assorted bell peppers…