Proper name for Pepper Berries?
CEREOID at prodigy.net
Tue Apr 18 19:13:07 EST 2000
Thank you Lindsay,
Its just that Roger is such a prissy little fuss pot.
He's still holds a grudge because the British lost the colonies so long ago.
"Lindsay Kirkland & Lily Designs" <lindsay at lklily.co.uk> wrote in message
news:8dh55f$4sp$1 at gxsn.com...
> At this stage, it really only matters that I get the colour and shape
> similar to the picture, the roses are Black Beauty(very dark red) and in
> between there are rosy/red berries in clusters and probably 3mm in
> diameter...as I said I think my search is over...and it may be that I have
> to use something different anyway to achieve a similar look if (Covent
> garden market)I can't order it!!
> Many thanks for your help, I'll be back to bother you with more
> I'm stuck!!!)
> I don't think I've been "roughed up"...I'm made of stronger stuff!!!! lol
> Roger Whitehead <rgw at office-futures.com> wrote in message
> news:VA.00000e7b.0054da3a at office-futures.com...
> > In article <8deg4m$l9$1 at gxsn.com>, Lindsay Kirkland & Lily Designs
> > wrote:
> > > I'm a florist in the UK with a client in the USA, she has a picture
> > > including roses and "pepper berries"
> > Pepper berries are simply the fruit of the black pepper plant, Piper
> > nigrum. There's a clear drawing of them at
> > http://www.keil.ukans.edu/delta/angio/images/piper729.gif (in B & W
> > only, I'm afraid).
> > I suggest you ignore Jankalski - he likes to rough people up before he
> > decides to help them. He thinks that makes them feel more grateful.
> > 8-)
> > Regards,
> > Roger
> > - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
> > Roger Whitehead,
> > Oxted, Surrey, England
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