Flower Database

Carolina horsenet

Basic information
Flower Name
Carolina horsenet
Formal Name
Solanum carolinense
Alias
鬼茄子, Carolina horsenet, Solanum carolinense
Habitat
North amrica
Morph
Perennial weeds, plant
Comment
Horsenettle or devil eggplant, scientific name:Solanum carolinense, is a perennial weeds of the solanaceae department solanum genus native to North Amrica. White or pale purple flowers, from spring to autumn, in fields and vacant lots. Put down roots in a kind of so-called weeds, once infested with the removal is difficult. Sharp, stiff spines, are densely hairy stems and petioles. Have palmately lobed leaves, the leaf has deep serrated. Consists of flowers after the yellow spherical fruit. The whole plant has poisoned. Grass-like in its Department of congeneric nightshade (ground cherry dog).
Common name: Horsenettle, scientific name:Solanum carolinense, also known as: oninasbi , demon eggplant, bad eggplant, origin: North America, Habitat: Japan order to all over the world to naturalization, environment: fields, field, plant height: 30-50 cm, flowering: July-October, flower diameter:1.5~2cm, color: white, lilac, light blue The fruit color, yellow, fruit diameter:1.5cm, leaf margin: a coarse serrated
Detailed information
Order
Solanales
Family
Solanaceae
Genus
Solanum
Species
S. carolinense
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Cyme
Petal shape
Car
Leaf type
Oblong
Leaf edge
Repand
Flowering place
Plain/fleet
Color
Blue, Violet, White
Season
Jul Aug Sep Oct
Height
30  ~ 50  [cm]
Diameter
2.5  ~ 3.5