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Solanum rantonnetii on stem
rantonnetii on stem

Solanum rantonnetii on stem

Type: Solanum
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  • Height (incl. pot): ± 75 cm
  • Pot size: 19cm


The origin of the Solanum is Paraquay and belongs to the family Solanaceae. The Dutch name is nightshade. This also includes the potato and tomato. However, the solanum is poisonous and inedible.

The profusely flowering Solanum Rantonetti with its violet-like flowers with a yellow eye blooms well into autumn.

The other variety is the solanum jasminoidus. A variant with white flowers that blooms just as abundantly and for a long time. The flowers smell like jasmine and have typical star-shaped flowers.

Where do you put the Solanum?

The Solanum is a strong container plant that can withstand our climate. He likes a lot of light and therefore a nice sunny spot on the terrace or balcony.


Water the Solanum regularly. Make sure the soil remains slightly moist. During flowering, you water it almost daily.
Administer liquid plant food once every 14 days. Do not let the root ball dry out. This will cause the plant to lose its flowers. Remove the faded flowers, this can easily be done by shaking the plant briefly. To maintain the shape of the plant, you can trim it. With proper care, the Solanum will flower continuously all summer long!

Pay attention! This plant is poisonous and therefore not edible.

Height (incl. pot):± 75 cm
Pot size ⌀:19 cm
Article number:19601
average of 2 review(s)
By: Anonym
Date: 03/06/2019

Gute Ware
schöne Qualität

By: Bertus
Date: 03/07/2014

Florastore bedankt voor de snelle levering van deze twee mooie kuipplanten. De planten zijn uitstekend aangekomen, goed verpakt en al na één dag bezorgt. Ik heb maar een klein terras maar als deze planten op zijn koop ik zeker weer iets anders bij u.

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