Jerusalem Cherry

Jerusalem Cherry

plants

Alternate names

Solanum, Solanum pseudocapsicum, winter cherry, natal cherry

Toxicity to pets

The Jerusalem Cherry (Solanum pseudocapsicum) contains beautiful red to yellow berries or fruit. All parts of this plant contain the toxin, solanine. This glycoalkoloid causes severe gastrointestinal irritation (e.g., drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, ulceration) when consumed and may also produce central nervous system signs (e.g., depression, seizures).

Solanum pseudocapsicum

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