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~BLACK PEPPERCORN~Piper nigrum ANCIENT SPICE VINE Live small potd Starter Plant

We ship on Tuesdays. The incredibly popular black pepper, is the world’s most well-known spice since ancient times, often referred as the ~King of Spice~ Black pepper is the world’s most traded spice. It is one of the most common spices added to European cuisine and its descendants. The Black Pepper of commerce, this South Asian tropical vine produces chains of small round fruit. By selecting the time of harvest and the method of processing, all four types of peppercorns (black, white, green and red) can be harvested from the same plant. This perennial vine and climber requires a supporting tree or pole to grow in height, it thus has similar growth characteristics to that of the betel leaf plant. Four types of peppercorns black, white, green and red can be harvested from the same plant. Peppercorn has been known to Indian cooking since at least 2 BCE. Can be pruned to desired size Hardy in zones 10, patio or indoors unlight: Partial Shade Plant Name: Black Peppercorn, PEPPER (Black White & Green) Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Plant Category: Orchids & Tropicals Brand: Polynesian Produce Stand Tree Type: Exotic Spice Vine Model: plant Plant Format: Live small Seedling Species: Piper nigrum

Product Features

  • “New small started vine in small container. We ship ALL states LEGALLY. New Live plant potted and shipped in soil-less media with USDA certification as required by law.” Common Names: Black pepper, white pepper, green pepper, peppercorn, Madagascar pepper (English) Pippali (Sanskrit) Kali mirch (Hindi, Urdu) Milagu (Tamil) * live seedlings with vigorous root systems * inches tall with * leaves born and growing in a small pot for ease of transplant.

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