I quickly selected a bell pepper plant on a hurried trip to the nursery one day in August. My selection has turned out to be quite a surprise. I thought I was selecting a bell pepper plant which would turn "chocolate" or brownish in color when ripe. My surprise is that it actually is a plant which produces miniature peppers. I have already picked a few of the ripened peppers. I thought the plant was finished for the season. Then, my volunteer plant completely engulfed it. This week while tidying up the garden, I discovered the plant is loaded with blossoms. Again, if we get some sunny days (doubtful based on this year's sunny days to date), they might just produce a few more peppers. The miniatures are darling and the color is lovely, by the way.