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Wild pepper

Piper sarmentosum




upper peirce reservoir

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Olivia Chee
Olivia Chee 10 years ago

Hi Mauna, according to some plant guide that I read, it's edible. But I guess nobody was touching this because they were either not aware that this was edible, or perhaps because it would have been rude to harvest from a public park...

mauna Kunzah
mauna Kunzah 10 years ago

Hmm, Olivia, I now see what plant I thought this was - Mulberry (Morus sp.). It does look somewhat like it but I was far off. Well, I guess wild pepper is edible too, right?

Olivia Chee
Olivia Chee 10 years ago

Hi mauna, unless I manage to ID it properly, I'm not likely to eat it. =)

mauna Kunzah
mauna Kunzah 10 years ago

Don't try to eat these, but I think they may be edible.

Olivia Chee
Spotted by
Olivia Chee

Singapore, Singapore

Spotted on Apr 1, 2013
Submitted on Apr 1, 2013

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