Definition of Solanum pseudocapsicum

1. Noun. Small South American shrub cultivated as a houseplant for its abundant ornamental but poisonous red or yellow cherry-sized fruit.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solanum Pseudocapsicum

Solanum aviculare
Solanum burbankii
Solanum carolinense
Solanum commersonii
Solanum crispum
Solanum dulcamara
Solanum elaeagnifolium
Solanum giganteum
Solanum jamesii
Solanum jasmoides
Solanum macranthum
Solanum melanocerasum
Solanum melongena
Solanum nigrum
Solanum nigrum guineese
Solanum pseudocapsicum
Solanum quitoense
Solanum rostratum
Solanum tuberosum
Solanum wendlandii
Solanum wrightii
Solapur
Solar
Solar System
Solarian
Soldiers of God
Solea
Solea lascaris
Solea solea
Soledad

Literary usage of Solanum pseudocapsicum

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1. Pharmacopoea homoeopathica polyglotta by Willmar Schwabe (1880)
"America centralis et meridionalis. Australia. (Mure.) solanum pseudocapsicum. (Ve) The fresh blossoms, for trituration, according to § 9. (Mure. ..."

2. Flowers for the Parlor and Garden by Edward Sprague Rand (1864)
"solanum pseudocapsicum. This plant is the common Jerusalem Cherry. It was introduced from Maderia about the year 1596. For a showy plant, in the parlor or ..."

3. The Window Gardener by Edward Sprague Rand (1874)
"solanum pseudocapsicum. This plant is the common Jerusalem Cherry. It was introduced from Maderia about the year 1596. For a showy plant, in the parlor or ..."

4. Flora Domestica, Or, The Portable Flower-garden: With Directions for the by Elizabeth Kent, Leigh Hunt (1831)
"A species of the Solanum, or Night-shade—solanum pseudocapsicum—is now more commonly known by the name of Winter-Cherry, and in France by those of mo- relle ..."

5. Gray's Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1885)
"These can be examined in any of the colored fruits; for instance, in winter, the berries of solanum pseudocapsicum (Jerusalem Cherry) may be used (as ..."

6. Physiological Botany by George Lincoln Goodale (1885)
"These can be examined in any of the colored fruits; for instance, in winter, the berries of solanum pseudocapsicum (Jerusalem Cherry) may be used (as ..."

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