Question of the Day: Are banana peppers and anaheim peppers the same?
Quick Answer: Anaheim peppers and banana peppers are very different. To begin with, banana peppers are annuals that die after they finish bearing fruit, and Anaheim peppers are perennials that may die back in cooler weather but will return when conditions are warmer. They also prefer different soil types, with banana peppers thriving in slightly acidic soil while anaheims grow best in neutral soils.
Anaheim peppers grow slower than banana peppers and are slightly smaller in size. On average, banana pepper plants will be 10cm taller than anaheim bushes and 7-8cm wider.
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