Wild Australian Pepper, grow your own pepperberries
Australian Mountain Pepperberry bush is a shrub/small tree of 4 to 5 metres.
This shallow rooting plant dehydrates on hot days so it will need a good water supply and plenty of shade. The leaves can be used throughout the year and make an excellent peppery additive when cooking a wide range of dishes. The berries (produced on female plants) are very hot, and when dried they can be used with a pepper grinder. This pack contains 30 seeds and also includes instructions for germination and harvesting. Buy some today to have your own supply of this delicious herb.
Its natural habitat is in the cool, moist, elevated areas of Tasmania and south-east Australia.