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Not what I bought

Posted by ri_vintner FL8b (donmarchetti@gmail.com) on
Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 0:41

I got this a few years ago.Sold to me as a piper nigrum (peppercorn). looks similar and vines the same way, but the white berry cone doesn't get any bigger


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another shot


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Looks like Piper sarmentosum.
It is widely used in South East Asian cooking. Spicy hot but not terribly so. Yummmm. :-)

Whoohoo where did you get that plant?


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thanks, That was my guess. I got it from a local greenhouse, I don't think she knows what it is. It does root easy from cutting if you would like one


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Really? Awesome! Thank you so very much for the offer. Would you please give me a few cuttings? I will spring for postage. I will email you my address.
Thanks again.


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