Here in Texas, "Pepper Grass" refers to species of Lepidium, a member
of the Brassicaceae (Cruciferae) or mustard family. It's related to
neither peppers nor grasses, but its seeds do have a peppery bite and
can be used as a seasoning.
Paul Davidson wrote:
>> I saw a product recenly that was supposedly made from "pepper grass". It
> had very thin stems with bushy ends. I have not heard of it before. Is
> that a common name and where might I be able to find it?
> Paul D