Where Does Peppercorns Grow?

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Peppercorn is black pepper which has dried. Peppercorns grow in tropical regions especially in the equatorial parts of the world. They need soil that has high mineral content and strong sunlight. Peppercorns are indigenous to China and South East Asia.
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Piper nigrum plants, commonly known as peppercorn plants, are part of the Piperaceae plant family and are native to hot climates such as India, Indonesia and Brazil. They are woody
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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 continues
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Peppercorns grown on a perennial tropical tree known as Piper nigrum. This tree can be
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It is a vine. I grow them at our farm in Florida. They do not like temps below 50 degrees! But it is a beautiful plant. Mine produced fruit the first year, and haven't stopped. Here
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