The trees were large and magnificent, amongst them the betel, the areca, and the pepper-tree.
Two men, whom I had not noticed before, had been sharing with me the shade of the pepper-tree.
In this second wall, near the pepper-tree, was the home of our two monkeys Jack and Jill.
The leaves and bark of this tree have a hot biting cinnamon-like taste on which account it is vulgarly called the pepper-tree.
She plucked a cluster of pinkish berries from the pepper-tree, crushing and rubbing them between her hands to get their fragrance.
Polly tied Blanquita to the pepper-tree, caught her habit in one hand, and ran up the walnut-tree avenue to the Nobles' house.
The air was sweet with the mingled breath of June roses, orange blossoms, and the pepper-tree.
The pepper-tree abounds in Santa Barbara, and the eucalyptus is being planted a good deal.
All this profusion was accented by beautiful trees—the pepper-tree, the red gum, and several species of palm.
The pepper-tree is a small bush-like plant, which, when carefully trained, springs to a height of eighteen feet.