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Peppers

A species of Capsicum
Botanical name : Capsicum annuum Genus : Capsicum

Peppers, A species of Capsicum
Botanical name: Capsicum annuum
Genus: Capsicum
Capsicum annuum (Capsicum annuum)

Description

The peppers is a plant that produces bright red pepper vegetables. This chili pepper is commonly used for cooking in places such as the Southern U.S. and Central America. Most are moderately spicy, though because there are so many variants, the spice level can vary dramatically. Cayenne powder is also a popular seasoning product made from peppers plants.
Flower Size
1 - 2 cm
Habitat
Rivers, thickets, groves
Flower Color
White
Leaf Color
Green
* Disclaimer: Content feedback CAN NOT be used as any basis for EATING ANY PLANTS. Some plants can be VERY POISONOUS, please purchase edible plants through regular channels.

General Info

Name story

Cayenne pepper
Perhaps a common thing that comes to mind when hearing "Cayenne" is a luxury car, but the Cayenne pepper that is often mentioned in conversations is not the pepper of luxury car brands. The "Cayenne" mentioned here comes from its origin, the Cayenne region of French Guiana.
Red pepper||Green pepper||Bell pepper||Chili pepper
Capsicum annuum can be called different names, generally based on its taste and size. Larger and sweeter peppers are called red peppers, green peppers or bell peppers, while smaller and hotter peppers are called chili peppers.

Symbolism

Enthusiasm, healing, cleansing, desire

Usages

Garden Use
The many cultivars of peppers are commonly grown by veggie gardeners as annuals in warmer climates to use in their home kitchens and add a bit of color to their garden. However, peppers plants are sometimes planted in their own area in vegetable gardens, as it can easily outcompete other plants with its prolific seeds; but herbs and other veggies like tomatoes can be solid companions.
Capsicum annuum (Capsicum annuum) Capsicum annuum (Capsicum annuum)
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