latifolium G.T.S.Baylis; Description. Species. There are no related plants for species Solanum aviculare. ; branches not rooting at nodes, Leaves entire (juvenile leaves deeply lobed); berry 7–9 mm diam. Distribution and occurrence: Grows in disturbed areas. Fantastic. Henbane. Leaves lobed or margins entire, concolorous, glabrous; lobed leaves broad-elliptic to obovate, 15–30 cm long, lobes 1–10 cm long, 0.5–2 cm wide, petiole to 4 cm long; entire leaves lanceolate to narrow-elliptic, 8–25 cm long, 1–3.5 cm wide, petiole 1–2 cm long. albiflorum Cheeseman; Solanum aviculare var. Buffalo Bur. The leaves are, 8–30 cm (3.1–12 in) long, lobed or entire, with any lobes being 1–10 cm (0.4–4 in) long. Models were produced with support from the NSW Environmental Trust. [5] Det har i det närmaste global utbredning men återfinns huvudsakligen i tropiska och subtropiska regioner. Solanum aviculare G. Forst. G. Forster (1786) In: Prod. And it is a natural contraceptive. Calyx 5–6 mm long; lobes 1.5–3 mm long. Solanum aviculare is an evergreen Shrub growing to 1.8 m (6ft). Scientific Name: Solanum L. (Solanaceae) aviculare G. Forst. New Zealand nightshade in English Queensland-Känguruapfel in German kangaroo-apple in English rött känguruäpple in Swedish Bibliographic References. A short-lived tree, with soft-wooded trunk and branches persisting for several years, becoming woody at the base and straggly with age [. Berry 10–15 mm diam., orange-red to scarlet. Its members are characterized by flowers with five petals, sepals, and stamens and typically bear alternate leaves. Stamens 5, usually equal, inserted in throat of corolla; anthers 2-locular, basifixed, cohering and cone-like around style or not cohering, dehiscing by terminal pores or slits. Solanum aviculare var. Description: Annual or perennial herbs, shrubs or small trees, sometimes trailing or climbing, hairy with glandular or simple or stellate to bristly non-glandular hairs, rarely glabrous; prickles present or absent. Solanum aviculare G. Forst. Interpreting Wetland Status. Solanum laciniatum or Kangaroo Apple, a common name shared with the closely related S. aviculare, occurs in temperate regions of New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand and associated islands on a range of soil types. Nursery Availability The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. New Zealand, Wellington, Otari Botanical Garden. This plant has no children Legal Status. Solanum aviculare NATIVE AUSTRALIAN EXTRACTS NATIVE EXTRACTS' innovation in CELLULAR EXTRACTION uses Biomimicry to deliver the first 'True to Nature' Kangaroo Apple extract, delivering its full plant profile of water-soluble phyto-actives, as they exist in … Many occur as weeds. In our cold climate garden plants usually reach a maximum height of three metres. Cooper. Potatissläktet [1], skattor [2] eller nattskattor [3] (Solanum [4]) är ett släkte i familjen potatisväxter. Related Plants. Henbane. Any use of copyrighted images requires permission of the copyright holder. Flowers usually bisexual, actinomorphic or slightly zygomorphic. Solanum aviculare, poroporo, has lush green leaves, purple flowers and dramatic shiny orange berries. Yaprakları, 8-30 santimetre (3,1-11,8 in) uzunluğunda, loblu veya tümdür. Solanum rostratum. Usage Requirements. Les feuilles et les fruits verts sont toxiques. Cosmopolitan. Family Solanaceae . Solanum aviculare var. Solanum aviculare is known as the Kangaroo Apple and is a small to medium spreading shrub. It is hardy to zone (UK) 9 and is frost tender. Family: Solanaceae (so-lan-AY-see-ee) Genus: Solanum (so-LAN-num) Species: laciniatum (la-sin-ee-AY-tum) 6 members have or want this plant for trade. It is in leaf all year, in flower from July to October, and the seeds ripen from August to October. ; berry 10–15 mm diam, Leaves distinctly discolorous, sparsely hairy on upper surface, Leaves slightly discolorous, densely hairy on upper surface, Plant hairs with stellate and minutely glandular hairs; upper leaf surface sparsely hairy; corolla bluish purple; seeds pale brown, Plant hairy with stellate hairs only; upper leaf surface glabrous or with hairs confined to veins; corolla white or violet; seeds pale yellow or pale orange, Pedicels and calyx with stellate hairs only, Pedicels and calyx with stellate, simple and glandular hairs, Leaves distinctly lobed usually at least 1/4 way to midvein, Hairs dense to moderately dense on upper leaf surface, Leaves concolorous or slightly discolorous; berry 20–30 mm diam, Leaves usually distinctly discolorous; berry 10–25 mm diam, Berry yellow; inflorescence a 1–3-flowered cluster, Berry yellow, maturing to brown or black; inflorescence a 1–6-flowered raceme, Prickles bright red or orange-red; flowering calyx lobes 1–2 mm long; berry 10–15 mm diam, Prickles pale yellow or pale orange; flowering calyx lobes 2.5–5 mm long; berry 15–25 mm diam, Lower leaf surface densely woolly; flowering calyx lobes triangular, Lower leaf surface densely hairy, not woolly; flowering calyx lobes usually linear, Leaves oblong to narrow-ovate, ovate or elliptic (juvenile leaves of Solanum furfuraceum broad-ovate, to 17 cm long and to 12 cm wide), mostly more than 2 cm long, Leaves entire and usually slightly undulate, or sinuate, Leaves with upper surface sparsely hairy, often distinctly discolorous, Leaves with upper surface densely hairy, concolorous or slightly discolorous, Lower leaf surface densely woolly, hairs pale yellow or pale green; seeds 2.5–3.5 mm long; leaves usually narrow-ovate, Lower leaf surface moderately woolly or not woolly, hairs bright yellow or rusty; seeds 1.5–2 mm long; leaves usually broad-ovate, Prickles usually red; leaves silvery green; flowering peduncle ± 10 mm long; anthers 5–8 mm long, Prickles never red; leaves grey-green or pale green, occasionally rusty-green; flowering peduncle 5–40 mm long; anthers 2.5–5 mm long, Leaves 1–4 cm wide; corolla 10–15 mm diam., pale lavender, often remaining closed; anthers 2.5–3 mm long, Leaves 0.5–1.5 cm wide; corolla 15–25 mm diam., purple; anthers 4–5 mm long, Upper leaf surface sparsely hairy or glabrous, Leaves ovate to elliptic, less than 2.5 times long as broad, Leaves oblong or narrow-ovate, more than 2.5 times long as broad, Leaves narrow-ovate, with lower surface woolly; berry 15–20 mm diam, Leaves more or less oblong, with lower surface not woolly; berry 10–15 mm diam, Berry dry, yellow maturing to brown-black, Berry bony or succulent, yellow, green, purple or orange-brown, Berry hard and bony, often with lower half enclosed by calyx; prickles abundant on calyx, Berry succulent, with lower half not enclosed by calyx; prickles absent from calyx (except Solanum cleistogamum), Berry pale yellow-green, often with purple tinge; branches sprawling or prostrate, Berry yellow, yellow-brown or orange-brown; branches usually erect, rarely sprawling, Corolla 10–15 mm long; anthers 2.5–3 mm long; berry 10–13 mm diam, Corolla 20–30 mm long; anthers 4.5 mm long; berry 15–20 mm diam, Peduncles 10–40 mm long; berry ovoid, obovoid or almost globose, with apex acute, Peduncles to 10 mm long; berry globose or depressed-globose, Flowering calyx lobes awl-shaped; calyx 9–10 mm long, Flowering calyx lobes triangular; calyx 4–8 mm long, Prickles 2–5 mm long; pedicels 10–15 mm long; seeds pale brown, Prickles to 10 mm long; pedicels usually 5–10 mm long; seeds light grey.