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Chilean Pepper Fruit

Chilean Pepper Fruit

This graceful tree grows all over the Bay Area and is most distinguishable by its beutiful hanging fruits that smell like pink peppercorns. I pass them every day on my walks along Quarry Lakes in Fremont.

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