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Keep the soil moist to touch and water once the soil feels very slightly dry. At the end of winter until the start of spring allow the soil to become fairly dry before watering.

Because Solanum enjoys bright light and fairly low temperatures you can allow it to sit outside during the summer, with the correct temperatures. Plants that don't bloom usually aren't getting enough light. The cool rest followed by a warm, sunny summer should trigger a flush of new flowers followed by peppers. They generally live up to 10 years, producing fruit usually in their second or third year, and every year after that.

After the fruit is no longer attractive, cut the Solanum's stems back by half.

Solanum is a nightshade species with poisonous fruit. The toxin is poisonous, it is generally not life-threatening to humans, but it may cause gastric problems.

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2016-08-17
Plants Encyclopdias
Name: Brazilian Nightshade
Latin: Solanum seaforthianum
Origin: South America
Plant height: 100 - 500 cm
Reproduction: #Seeds
Difficulty level: #Medium
Tags: #SouthAmerica #Solanumseaforthianum

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