Where Does Black Pepper Grow?

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Black pepper should be grown in areas that have partial to full sun with 50% or better humidity. They are mostly found growing in the tropics in areas that are frost free as they are known not to be frost tolerant.
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1. Pepper is a warm growing plant that will stop growing when below 65F and will not tolerate any amount of frost. Fortunately they make very good container plants. 2. Pipers like
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If you are referring to black pepper, it's a flowering vine and is native to South India. Pepper is also grown in Thailand and Malaysia. Pepper, was at one time, prescribed for constipation
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Black Pepper is native to South India, but I don't know if it is grown in a state in the US
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black pepper grows in India, it is more tropical than the bay area, black pepper can be had pretty cheaply if you shop at the right places.
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