Thin flesh, bright green thin skin and sweet taste. It turns red when fully mature. The Italian sweet pepper requires a location with direct sun. The waterings must be regular. Transplant when the plants have 5 to 6 true leaves.It can be planted in pots. The Italian Sweet Pepper has a lot of water and very few calories. It is a good source of fiber. Its content in vitamin C and A stands out. Vitamin C, in addition to being a powerful antioxidant, is involved in the formation of collagen and red blood cells.