Solanum pyracanthum (porcupine tomato)

Solanum pyracanthum - The thorns on a porcupine tomato are a delight. The fuzzy gray leaves give way to the bright, red-orange thorns. These grow straight up on the top sides of the leaves. Along with the colorful thorns, count on the lavender flowers to add interest to a devil’s thorn plant. The flowers are shaped much like other members of the Solanum family and have yellow centers. The back of each petal has a white stripe that runs from the tip to the base. Family : Solanaceae.  

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Author : Lynne Harrison
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Online since: October 24th 2019


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