Pepe rosa

Botanical name: Schinus molle

Schinus molle is an evergreen tree, commonly called "pink pepper" or "falso pepe" and native to South America.

In summer the pink pepper produces panicles of white flowers, which in autumn give way to the fruit, or small bright red berries.

After reaching the fully ripe on the vine and they were dried berries can be used in cooking as a spice. They have an aroma similar to that of pepper, but I am totally not spicy. It is also interesting to note that the whole plant emanates a pleasant scent of pepper.

Data sheet

  • Family
  • Duration
    Perennial
  • Dwelling
    Full Sun
  • Temperature
    Min 0° c
  • Watering
    Poor
  • Land
    Well drained
Product Categories: Perennials and Spices.
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