Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A spiny plant found in moist disturbed sites throughout most of the peninsula and a few central panhandle counties of Florida and also in the southeastern coastal states from Texas to North Carolina except Georgia. This native soda apple has red fruit when mature. The invasive tropical soda apple - S. viarum - has fruit that is mottled green, turning yellow when mature.Tweet
Other species of the Solanum genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Solanum viarum - TROPICAL SODA APPLE
View Solanum chenopodioides - BLACK NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum dulcamara - CLIMBING NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum bahamense - BAHAMA NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum americanum - AMERICAN BLACK NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum carolinense var. carolinense - CAROLINA HORSENETTLE
View Solanum sisymbriifolium - STICKY NIGHTSHADE
Date record last modified:
Aug 07, 2016