Nothing beats the fresh and crunchy taste of a sweet pepper. With a multitude of uses and a rainbow of colors, it seems you can't go wrong with any variety you choose. Peppers love heat, so plant in a sunny location. Peppers are also frost sensitive, so wait till risk of frost has passed to plant outside. Starting seeds indoors or buying already started pepper plants is a sure way to guarantee a bountiful harvest with our short, Wyoming growing season. Plant in rich, well draining soil and fertilize on a steady schedule. Adding a fertilizer that contains a bit of calcium will help pepper plants to avoid having blossom end rot. Water consistently and evenly, but make sure you are letting top 1 or 2 dry out between waterings to avoid soggy soils. Peppers compact shape make them a great plant for containers and pots. Once harvested use sweet peppers in a multitude of fresh or cooked culinary creations!!