Colossal Sweet Pepper Plants produce really big peppers! Fruits easily average 6-inches long and 6-inches wide. These sweet peppers mature from green to red and can be harvested at different stages. Enjoy high yields and sweet fruits all season long.
We grow our Colossal Pepper plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving.
"Look just great"
Mary P on 5/3/2020 5:32:42 PM
Comment: As always, GrowJoy's plants arrived in mint condition. I am excited to see what they will produce.
Margaret M on 5/2/2020 3:09:15 PM
Comment: It traveled well. Well-packed. Planted it outside in container. It is getting adjusted to being outside I guess. Looks good a couple of days post-planting.
"Colossal sweet pepper"
Deborah Briones on 7/29/2019 2:50:51 PM
Comment: Arrived in good condition. Doing well in garden.
kevin b on 5/17/2019 9:22:22 AM
Comment: A sweet and hearty pepper. Grows very well.
"Colossal Sweet Pepper Plant"
Diane H on 5/12/2019 1:23:04 PM
Comment: Plant came through US MAIL.. Very timely.. EXCELLENT CONDITION!! Thanks Again GROWJOY! 😇
"Colssal Sweet Pepper"
Edward L on 5/6/2019 5:17:37 PM
Comment: Great plant - really doing well.
Kourtney F on 8/2/2018 11:57:00 AM
Comment: These are great! I just ordered a couple of plants and they came in so quickly(about a week). They are packaged securely to keep them safe. So excited to try the peppers from them!
"Best Green Peppers"
Vickie D on 5/15/2018 7:36:14 AM
Comment: This is my 2nd year growing the Colossal Green Pepper plants. These plants produce wonderful green peppers. These green pepper plants arrived healthy & packaged well.
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Karen L on 5/8/2017 5:14:53 PM
Comment: GrowJoy makes gardening easy! All Peppers arrived in great shape!
I can't wait for the first Peppers!
" Colossal Sweet Pepper"
Harry K on 5/3/2017 11:03:46 PM
Comment: I have ordered my vegetable plants from GrowJoy for years and they have never let me down. Great plants that produce wonderful vegetables. Nice plants
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