Common names of plants from B & T World Seeds' price-lists

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"Nightshade" currently available from B & T World Seeds

"Bitter Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Bittersweet Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Black Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Black Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Brazilian Nightshade"Solanum seaforthianum
"Climbing Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Common Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Deadly Nightshade"Atropa belladonna
"Deadly Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Deadly Nightshade"Atropa belladonna
"Eastern Black Nightshade"Solanum ptycanthum
"Enchanter's Nightshade"Circaea lutetiana
"Hairy Nightshade"Solanum villosum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum xanthocarpum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum indicum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum khasianum
"Malabar Nightshade"Basella alba
"Malabar-nightshade"Basella alba
"Soda-apple Nightshade"Solanum aculeatissimum
"White Edged Nightshade"Solanum marginatum
"White Margined Nightshade"Solanum marginatum
"Woody Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Yellow Berried Nightshade"Solanum xanthocarpum

All the "Nightshade" from our database
including currently available Nightshade, and Nightshade for which we do not have a current source.

"Alpine Nightshade"Circaea alpina
"Argentinian Nightshade"Solanum physalifolium v nitidibaccatum not to Ks,
"Ball Nightshade"Solanum carolinense
"Bitter Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Bittersweet Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Black Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Black Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Brazilian Nightshade"Solanum seaforthianum
"Chaparral Nightshade"Solanum xantii
"Climbing Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Common Nightshade"Solanum americanum
"Costa Rican Nightshade"Solanum wendlandii
"Deadly Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Deadly Nightshade"Atropa belladonna
"Deadly Nightshade"Atropa belladonna
"Eastern Black Nightshade"Solanum ptycanthum
"Enchanter's Nightshade"Circaea lutetiana
"Greenberry Nightshade"Solanum opacum
"Hairy Nightshade"Solanum physalifolium v nitidibaccatum not to Ks,
"Hairy Nightshade"Solanum villosum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum khasianum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum indicum
"Indian Nightshade"Solanum xanthocarpum
"Jasmine Nightshade"Solanum jasminoides Album
"Jasmine Nightshade"Solanum jasminoides
"Malabar Nightshade"Basella alba
"Malabar Nightshade"Basella sp.
"Malabar-nightshade"Basella alba
"Melon-leaf Nightshade"Solanum citrullifolium
"Prickly Nightshade"Solanum rostratum
"Rock Nightshade"Solanum petrophilum
"Silverleaf Nightshade"Solanum elaeagnifolium
"Soda-apple Nightshade"Solanum aculeatissimum
"Sweet Nightshade"Solanum villosum ssp alatum
"Thargomindah Nightshade"Solanum sturtianum
"Three-flowered Nightshade"Solanum triflorum
"Velvety Nightshade"Solanum chenopodioides
"White Edged Nightshade"Solanum marginatum
"White Margined Nightshade"Solanum marginatum
"Whitetip Nightshade"Solanum chenopodioides
"Woody Nightshade"Solanum dulcamara
"Yellow Berried Nightshade"Solanum xanthocarpum
"Yellow Fruited Nightshade"Solanum virginianum
"Yellow Nightshade"Solanum villosum ssp alatum

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Herbal Medicinal names frequently refer to the part of the plant used and a version of the Latin name, for example "Belladonnae Radix", are the roots of Atropa belladonna ( the botanical name is sometimes written Atropa bella-donna ).

Some uses for plants are included in our common names, so fuel will find some plants useful for fuel, and aphro will find some plants reputed to have aphrodisiac properties.

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