Piper longum

Piper longum Piper longum Piper longum

Piper longum - Perennial herb; stems numerous, 60-90 cm long, ascending or prostrate; nodes thickened; young parts glabrous. Leaves 3.7-8. cm long, cordate at base; petioles 7 5-7.5 cm long. Flowers dioecious in dense cylindrical spikes; sikes 2.5-3.7 cm long. Fruit very small, completely sunk in solid fleshy spike, blackish green.

Scientific Name Piper longum
Family Name PIPERACEAE
English Name Long pepper
Local Name Thippili (තිප්පිලි)
Sanskrit Name
Conservation Status
Status Only under cultivation
Edible Parts

Piper longum Piper longum Piper longum

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