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Is a peppercorn tree an Australian native tree?

No. The peppercorn tree is native to southern America. The Alpine Pepper tree is native to mountainous areas of Tasmania. Other pepper trees in Australia are not native, an (MORE)

Where does peppercorn grow?

Peppercorns are the fruit of Piper nigrum, an evergreen climbing vine native to the jungles of India's Malabar Coast. As demand for pepper grew, cultivation spread. India cont (MORE)
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How do you harvest pink peppercorns from your tree?

"Although it is not a true pepper (Piper), its dried berries are often sold as pink peppercorns. The seeds can be used as a spice, if used in moderation, adding a pepper-like (MORE)
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What are peppercorns?

Peppercorns are black peppers in tiny bit pieces. Its usually dried and used as spice and seasonings. Also Black pepper (peppercorns) is the world's most traded spice.

How do you grow peppercorns?

This information can be found at:. I did a two minute search (using dial-up even!) and found this information. It w (MORE)
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Can you eat pink peppercorns?

You can eat "Schinus molle", berries of the California or Peruvian Peppertree. Also called: American pepper, Peruvian peppertree, escobilla, false pepper, molle del Peru, pepp (MORE)
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Is there capsicum in black peppercorns?

No. Capsicum plants produce fruits like chili peppers, bell peppers, and others. Peppercorns are more like berries and are not in the same family as capsicum plants. Capsicu (MORE)

Is peppercorn and peper same thing?

Yes, but a bell pepper and a jalapeno pepper are completely different things. A peppercorn is the fruit of a flowering vine, which has been dried for use as a spice. Multico (MORE)