cardamom fruit

The fruit is oval shaped, hairy, gray and yellow. The fruit gathered in small bunches and short. When ripe, the fruit will break up and divide by the rooms. Inside are the seeds elongated oval.
Cardamom fruit at the age of 3 years. Emerged from the fruit cardamom pseudo-stem near the ground, and creeping along 1 m long, into the surrounding soil. In order not to be splashed dirty ground when it rains, the farmer owners usually slipped the plastic sheet as a base beneath the fruit bunches.
Dried fruit that has become wrinkled, striped, containing 4-7 grains small seeds reddish brown. It's a bit spicy like ginger, but the smell is not.