Solanum capsicastrum – Tips for my vegetable garden

General information about solanum capsicastrum

Belonging to the nightshade family, Solanum capsicastrum is a plant native to Latin America, particularly Brazil: there are many varieties, most of which are grown for ornamental purposes. It has a mainly bushy habit, with a woody and flexible stem and capable of reaching heights of up to one and a half meters. It has elongated, lanceolate leaves of a particularly dense green, which ramify the thin branches in a very orderly fashion. the flowers of the capsicastrum solanum They grow with the onset of summer, they have small dimensions and a star-shaped white color. In early winter, these flowers develop succulent berries that change color from green to red as they ripen.

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