Don't they look like bunches of grapes?

@allknowing (61487)
India
January 3, 2018 4:51am CST
These are fruits that I saw on a creeper which is considered to be a weed. We try to weed out this creeper but sometimes we miss them but no regrets. Atleast I got to take a picture of these fruits. Don't they look like bunches of grapes? I wonder if it is edible. Anyone here knows anything about this creeper?
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@ilocosboy (34344)
• Philippines
3 Jan
They look like pepper to me
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
3 Jan
We have pepper and it is different
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@YrNemo (11135)
3 Jan
@allknowing Is that the peppers which we human use for seasoning the food? I am truly ignorant about this sort of thing. Someone pointed out a curry plant to me a few weeks ago and I was a bit shocked! (It looked too pretty to be a curry plant !)
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
3 Jan
@YrNemo Yes I have loads of pepper creepers. Once a part of the bean turns red the entire harvesting is done, and then dried.
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@YrNemo (11135)
5 Jan
Got it! Piper Galeatum, Helmet Pepper, wild pepper. Might have some herbal effect, studies are still being carried out.
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
5 Jan
Good work I have so many such nameless creepers and plants. They may have health properties but I will not take any chances.
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@YrNemo (11135)
5 Jan
@allknowing I was desperate. In the end, I searched for 'India wild berry vines', and bingo, I got it!
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
5 Jan
@YrNemo I looked at the images but none matched the packed cluster that grows in my garden. I will have to wait and see if they turn dark green.
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@JustBhem (31689)
• Davao, Philippines
3 Jan
Look like pepper for me, grapes are at least bigger than that.
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
4 Jan
Pepper grows in single strands and the colour of green pepper is different I have pepper in my garden.
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@JustBhem (31689)
• Davao, Philippines
4 Jan
@allknowing Oh, or maybe another breed of pepper? Lol.
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
4 Jan
@JustBhem You never give up. Do you?
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@LadyDuck (146663)
• Switzerland
3 Jan
They look like grapes, but I do not know what plants they are, I would avoid eating if you are not sure they are safe to eat.
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
4 Jan
I will not taste them as I do not know what they are!!
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@LadyDuck (146663)
• Switzerland
4 Jan
@allknowing It's a wise decision, better to be careful.
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@mayka123 (10285)
• India
3 Jan
They look so much like green pepper. The leaves also look like the pepper leaves.
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@allknowing (61487)
• India
4 Jan
I have shown a picture of pepper here which grows in my garden and it is different. The leaves of pepper are large. Pepper grows in single strands but grapes grow in bunches
@marlina (71180)
• Canada
3 Jan
Do NOT take a chance.
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@Corbin5 (99467)
• United States
3 Jan
I do not know anything about this creeper, but it is nice to look at.
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