Early and productive. Fully ripe, red Gypsy peppers serve up intense sweetness that’s tough to match. If you savor sweet peppers for frying, pickling, or mixing peperonata, plant Gypsy. Fruits are unusual as they ripen in a rainbow of hues, from light green-yellow, to orange, to red, sometimes showing all the colors at once. Gypsy plants easily hold their own intermingled with flowers.
Space plants 18 inches apart in the garden in rows 30 inches apart.