Piper Nigrum Black peppers close up of black pepper fruits Pepper corns on plant Survival Plants Brahma Kamal Plants
|Black pepper fresh fruits|
|Corner of my little space under the sun|
|Black pepper corns on plant|
|Black pepper spicy fruits corn|
|Dark purplish berries black pepper|
|Growing black pepper among other plants support|
|Pepper plants in container|
|Berries black pepper plant|
|Magical blooms fantasy my click with creative mobile app|
|Blue pea flowers in blue hand painted planter|
|Soft fresh black pepper on plants|
|inside of black pepper fresh corns|
|Close up of spider Lilly flowers in rains|
|Green pepper fruits plant|
|inside is specky white grey mushy fruit pepper|
|Purple fantasy , my original click with mobile creative app.|
The king of spices, black peppers are costly. Pepper fruit, pepper corn are actually berries of the plant. Green berries are picked up when they are still not ripe. Green, raw and unripe, White after process of removing its covering, and black peppers ripened dried ,are stages of the same fruit. Highly rich in nutritive value these black peppers are grown for their unique flavors and medicinal properties.
Meanwhile while all my plants are growing happily, there are these -my Survival plants, the Brahma kamal plants look happy and grow and then start to become quiet!Added new plants, and they are looking great on window sill, I am calling them survival plants as they are not taking too well to our open space under the sun, neither are they shooting up into leaves fast. Just about after a month or so some new progress is seen. My obsession with the plant continues, and while all are saying leave this, they will not grow, my soul still longs to experience this beautiful magical happiness of seeing them bloom, Still hoping one day , maybe I will see the Brahma kamal plants give out buds.. bloom!
Also the plants have quiet some eaten leaves, did remove a few caterpillars but letting them be as they will hope so bring new life , Awesum butterflies in my garden!.
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