Solanum nigrum L. (Black nightshade)

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Black nightshade

PHOTOS OF BLACK NIGHTSHADE

Photo of Solanum nigum L.

Photo of Solanum nigum L.

Solanum nigum L. flower

Solanum nigum L. flower

Solanum nigum L. fruits

Solanum nigum L. fruits

Solanum nigum L. leaves

Solanum nigum L. leaves

Solanum nigrum L. – (Black nightshade)

Annual herb of the Potato family -Solanaceae- up to 60 cm. Leaves ovate or rhombic, undivided or slightly toothed, short-stalked. Flowers in stalked cymes, white till 1 cm wide. Very conspicuous anthers, forming a yellow cone. The fruit is a berry, 1 cm. wide, green or red. In cultivated lands, rubbish or near the walls.

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22 April, 2019

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