Solanum nigrum – Gräser im kübel überwintern

Solanum nigrum

Viele Bilder vom schwarzen . Namen: Schwarzer Nachtschatten, Giftbeere, Hundsbeere, Mondscheinkraut, Säuplag, Sauto Schweinstod. Beschreibung: Das einjährige. Stängel nicht verholzt, steifhaarig bis kahl. Blätter eiförmig bis fast dreieckig, in den Stiel . It is in flower from Jul to September, and the seeds ripen from Aug to October.

Most collections identified as this species are actually the native . Source: Nordic Crop Wild Relative (CWR) Checklist. The berries are said to be . Although they both have black berries and share the nightshade name, solanum nigrum is distinct from Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) in many ways. Vascular plants of NE US and adjacent Canada.

Schmidt DD(1), Kessler A, Kessler Schmidt S, Lim M, . In Tanzania the roots are eaten to treat stomach-ache. A web site containing information about the Flora of Zimbabwe. Telugu ‎: ‎Kasaka Hindi ‎: ‎Mokoi मोकोय Marathi ‎: ‎Laghukavali dict. Blooms: July-November Habit: herb.

Origin: Introduced from Europe Distribution: Occurring in scattered locations on both sides of the . Junagali bihee, Kaalo Bihin. Solanum americanum Miller 1. Expert: Sandra Knapp, Ph. Notes: Merit Researcher, Botany Department, Natural History Museum, London. This plant has poison characteristics.

Conservation Code: Not threatened. Black Berry Nightshade Sp. Various species are found throughout the U. The ones of particular concern in the U. Englisch-Deutsch Wörterbuch und viele weitere Deutsch-Übersetzungen. General information: In early Ayurvedic . Category: cosmetic ingredient for skin conditioning.

Recommendation for solanum nigrum extract usage levels up to: not for fragrance use. The record derives from Tropicos which .