You have one red pepper and one green pepper. Would the following phrase be correct to express this?
Red and green peppers.
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Technically yes, but if you said that without context I would assume that there were at least two of each.
More precise phrasings include:
For completeness, do not say this:
A red and green pepper
That would be a single pepper that was both red and green.