Kiara, make sure that when you are asking DBA for pics that it isn't so close to the thread regarding his underwear. LOL!
I don't know the names of the bell peps I plant - but I do go for whatever ones look rather large on the seed pkg pic. You can get a years worth (if you bag and freeze them) off of 10 plants. They will produce big green peppers in the spring but when the weather gets hotter (after July), the peppers tend to stay a little smaller than fist size and turn red really fast and are twice as sweet and flavorful. Bell peps are pretty hardy - keep them watered so the leaves never droop and feed with a little miracle grow powder mixed in water once every week or so and you'll be pleasantly surprised! They will keep making peppers for you until the frost kills them in December.
Clippityclop is finally getting to spend some time in the saddle!