Pepperberry Plant

Doesn't arrive alive?
We'll refund you!*

Australian-grown
and Owned.

Great for
cooking!

 

These beautiful natives are sure to put a PEPP in your step…

An evergreen shrub, Tasmanian Pepperberry is native to the woodlands and cool temperate rainforests of the Australian south-eastern regions. Come Spring, this hardy native will sprout yellow/creamy white flowers that turn into red pepper berries over the Autumn season if both the male and female are kept together. Both the leaves and berries pair well with curries, cheese, salad dressings and sauces providing a delicious spicy flavour. Simply harvest and enjoy!

You'll need both male and female plants to harvest fruits.

Botanical Name: 𝘛𝘢𝘴𝘮𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘪𝘢 𝘭𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘦𝘰𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘢
Plant Size: Seedling pot, min 12 cm tall
Frost Tolerance: Yes.
Drought Tolerance: No.
Soil Type: Wet loamy or clay soil.
Sun: Part-shade.
Size:  3m+ shrub.
Pots: Does very well in pots if kept well watered.
Feeding: Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months, especially after flowering.

 

Grow it like a pro! Check out the full care guide by clicking here.

Due to biosecurity restrictions, we cannot send plants to WA, NT or Tasmania. If you order, your plants will be refunded.

*Our 24-hour plant guarantee means that any plants that have died in transit will be refunded to you when we receive photos from you at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au within 24 hours of the receipt of the delivery. Plants must be in the original pot of arrival and must not be repotted.

Can I pickup my order?
Yes you can! Please wait for the confirmation for pickup email which will get sent after it's packed (usually after 48 hours of ordering).

What plant suits my climate?
Check out our Plant Climate Map by clicking here for information on which plants grows where you

How can I track my order?
Check out the order status page here.

I want to have my pick-up sent to me, can you help?
Definitely! Please send us an email at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au for support.

Something is missing/broken in my order! Can you please help?
Oh no! Of course we can! Please send our support team an email at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au and we'll aim to get back to you within 48 business hours.

Do you wholesale or do corporate gifting?
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AUSTRALIA:
All orders are shipped by AusPost from our Melbourne warehouse. For plant orders, we strongly encourage you to purchase express at the checkout.
Shipping fee: Starting at $9.95 Standard, $15 Express
Please allow an additional 1-3 days for your order to be picked and packed.
Standard: 2-8 business days
Express: 1-4 business days

WORLD:
All international orders are shipped by Sendle from our Melbourne warehouse.
Shipping fee: Starting at $9.95 (AUD)
All countries: 5-30 business days

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Doesn't arrive alive?
We'll refund you!*

Australian-grown
and Owned.

Great for
cooking!

 

These beautiful natives are sure to put a PEPP in your step…

An evergreen shrub, Tasmanian Pepperberry is native to the woodlands and cool temperate rainforests of the Australian south-eastern regions. Come Spring, this hardy native will sprout yellow/creamy white flowers that turn into red pepper berries over the Autumn season if both the male and female are kept together. Both the leaves and berries pair well with curries, cheese, salad dressings and sauces providing a delicious spicy flavour. Simply harvest and enjoy!

You'll need both male and female plants to harvest fruits.

Botanical Name: 𝘛𝘢𝘴𝘮𝘢𝘯𝘯𝘪𝘢 𝘭𝘢𝘯𝘤𝘦𝘰𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘢
Plant Size: Seedling pot, min 12 cm tall
Frost Tolerance: Yes.
Drought Tolerance: No.
Soil Type: Wet loamy or clay soil.
Sun: Part-shade.
Size:  3m+ shrub.
Pots: Does very well in pots if kept well watered.
Feeding: Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months, especially after flowering.

 

Grow it like a pro! Check out the full care guide by clicking here.

Due to biosecurity restrictions, we cannot send plants to WA, NT or Tasmania. If you order, your plants will be refunded.

*Our 24-hour plant guarantee means that any plants that have died in transit will be refunded to you when we receive photos from you at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au within 24 hours of the receipt of the delivery. Plants must be in the original pot of arrival and must not be repotted.

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