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Solanum quitoense (Naranjillo)

Other names: Lulo, Quito orange, Golden fruit of the Andes, Bed of nails , Solanum angulatum

S. quitoense is a tender yet vigorous, upright, wide- spreading, evergreen shrub with spiny stems bearing large, oblong to ovate, woolly, purple-veined, grey-green leaves, spiny in the wild, usually spineless in cultivated varieties. Clusters of fragrant, white pale purple flowers are followed by edible, hairy, yellow-orange fruit with translucent green or yellow flesh. May bear fruit year-round if grown under glass.

Ultimate spread 1.8m
max. spread
Ultimate height 1.8m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 1-2 years
to maturity
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