Peppers are a warm-season crop. In many areas, they are one of the last vegetables to be planted in the garden in spring. With plenty of sun and water, this annual plant will reward you with its colorful fruit. While the flowers tend to be understated, the Pepper fruits are colorful and have lovely shapes and textures. Some Pepper varieties also have darkly colored or variegated leaves. Ranging in size from dwarf to full-size shrubs, Peppers are suitable for patio pots, hanging baskets, and ornamental beds. This plant can make your garden more diverse and spice up your garden with long-lasting color. .