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SOLANALES

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Showing 26 types of SOLANALES

Alkali Weed

Latin Name: Cressa Truxillensis

Native to the western United States, and found from Texas to the Pacific Coast states, and south into Mexico.

American Black Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Spp.

Native to Eurasia – around 1200 species of nightshade occur worldwide. In the United States Eastern Black Nightshade occurs east of the Rocky Mountains, while other species occur in the western U.S.

Bittersweet Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Dolcamara

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant. Now found over much of the U.S., particularly common in the east and north central states.

Black Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Sp.

Buffalobur

Latin Name: Solanum Rostratum

Native to the Great Plains area of the United States, and now occurring commonly in the Midwest to the west coast.

Clammy Groundcherry

Latin Name: Physalis Heterophylla

Native to North America, and found in almost every state except California, Oregon, and Nevada.

Cutleaf Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Triflorum

Native to the Midwestern United States, and now widely distributed in the western states.

Dichondra

Latin Name: Dichondra Spp.

Several varieties that are native to California.

Dodder

Latin Name: Cuscuta spp.

Many species native to the United States. At least 16 species are found in California.

Field Bindweed

Latin Name: Convolvulus Arvensis

Native to Eurasia but introduced to the United States, where it occurs throughout the continent, and is considered to be one of the most troublesome weeds here and throughout the world.

Great Valley Phacelia

Latin Name: Phacelia Ciliata

Native to California, and present in much of the state, where it can be a problem in alfalfa fields as well as some vegetable crops.

Hairy Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Spp.

Native to Eurasia – around 1200 species of nightshade occur worldwide. In the United States Eastern Black Nightshade occurs east of the Rocky Mountains, while other species occur in the western U.S.

Hairy Woodrose

Latin Name: Merremia Aegyptia

Native to tropical Latin America and Florida, and an introduced weed in Hawaii.

Horsenettle

Latin Name: Solanum Carolinense

Native to the southeastern United States, but now spread from coast to coast and occurring in almost every state, as well as into southern Canada.

Indian Tobacco

Latin Name: Nicotiana Bigelovii

Native to the west coast of the United States.

Ivyleaf Morningglory

Latin Name: Ipomoea Nil

A native of tropical America, now widespread in the United States due to its use as an ornamental planting.

Jimsonweed

Latin Name: Datura Stramonium

Native to tropical Americas, but now widely spread throughout the warmer areas of the world, and very common in the southern U.S. but not in the northern Great Plains.

Sacred Thornapple

Latin Name: Datura Wrightii

Native to the western United States.

Silverleaf Nightshade

Latin Name: Solanum Elaeagnifolium

Native to the central United States, but introduced to the western states where it now is widespread in southern and central California.

Swamp Morningglory

Latin Name: Ipomoea Aquatica

Native to tropical Africa and southern Asia, and an introduced weed in the United States in Florida and Hawaii.

Tall Morningglory

Latin Name: Ipomoea Purpurea

Native to tropical America, and widespread in the United States due to its use as an ornamental vine.

Tievine

Latin Name: Ipomoea Cordatotriloba

Native to the United States, and found from Texas east to South Carolina and Florida.

Tomatillo Groundcherry

Latin Name: Physalis Philadelphica

Often grown in gardens for its fruit, and now escaped from cultivation to become a problem in crops, orchards, and other areas.

Tree Tobacco

Latin Name: Nicotiana Glauca

Native to South America, but now widespread in the southwest states. Tolerant of dry conditions, but also found along ditch banks and streams, roadsides, and in cultivated crops.

Virginia Groundcherry

Latin Name: Physalis Virginiana

Native to the western United States.

Wright Groundcherry

Latin Name: Physalis Acutifolia

Native to the southwest United States and Mexico, where it occurs now from California east along the southern states to Louisiana, and north into Missouri.

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