|Plant Height:||13 feet|
Aunt Bett always said, "Look for the magic that hides in plants, look real close and you'll find it." We get so used to seeing condiments at every meal, sometimes we don't even notice them and we certainly never think of the plants that are their source. Most of them provide nutrition our bodies need, whether we realize it or not. So is black pepper magic? Surely not. Oh, but let's take a closer look.
|CommonCents||On November 2, 2015||Transplanted
Put one of my two plants from Eldon Tropicals into a 12" (5 gallon) planter pot in a hanging planter. Looks great!!!
|CommonCents||On October 31, 2015||Obtained plant
Obtained two plants from Eldon Tropicals in Ocala FL. Awesome deal for awesome plants.
|CommonCents||On October 13, 2015||Seeds sown
Seeds obtained from eBay. Looked like ordinary black peppercorns. I wonder if they are viable. Planted in seed starters, kept in "window box" container under grow/seed starting lights with plastic wrap over top to maintain high humidity and on heating pad to keep things warm. Kept in "tropical room" with heat currently at 78f
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