Also known as Japanese Pepper, Sansho is an attractive shrub or small tree growing 10-12 ft. in height. Highly prized in Japanese cuisine, Sansho bears abundant, aromatic, small red fruits accented by handsome, dark green, 3-6” long foliage. The dried fruit hulls, small black seeds and peppery tasting leaves are used as a spice for flavoring rice and other dishes. Sansho is hardy to minus 15°F.
These easy to grow and vigorous Sansho plants will provide abundant seeds and foliage for Japanese and other Asian dishes.