Eastern black nightshade Eastern black nightshade
What is Eastern black nightshade Eastern black nightshade
Is a year of wild plants of Eggplant Solanum, Solanum ptychanthum (America dog ground cherry, scientific name:Solanum ptychanthum) is native to America. Spikes extend from the leaf axil, from the same location 1 and bunch the four white or pale purple flowers bloom. Flower is a funnel-shaped, 5 tip off until the base is a deep cleft. Keep lets spherical flowers after a shiny fruit. The whole plant has poisoned.
Similar nightshade Solanum ptychanthum, following differences. -Americainuhoozky inflorescences form: spikes, flower color: white or purple, flowers with: 1-small, perianth and four small, flower diameter:0.2~0.5cm piece fruit: 5 cleft, glossy stock, and stem diameter:0.3~0.8 thin-inhoozky flowers: racemes, flower: white, flower: 5-10, Flower, flower diameter:0.5~1cm pieces: 5 deep fissure, fruit: shiny protection, stem diameter:0.8~1.2cm common name: Solanum ptychanthum (America dog ground cherry, Orange dog demon, dog 酸漿), scientific name:Solanum ptychanthum, aka: West Indian nightshade, Eastern black nightshade, category: Plantae Angiosperm gate dicotyledonous plants leash Eggplant eyes Eggplant Eggplant genus Solanum ptychanthum species, origin: United States, distribution: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, Japan to Okinawa and the world's temperate-tropical regions, environment: field, Ridge height: 50 cm, Nightshade from the stem, inflorescence oblong: spikes, leaf margin: sawtooth waveform, flower diameter:0.2~0.5cm, flowering period: August-October, flower, white, lilac, fruit color: glossy stock, Green / Black, leaf shape: oval