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Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

Phytolacca americana

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The Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) belongs to the Phytolaccaceae (the Pokeweed family). It is a perennial herb that is native to North America. This herb was introduced into Japan in the early Meiji Era, and are naturalized widely nowadays. It can reach 1-2 m in height, and has alternate oblong leaves. During June to September, small white flowers are seen on the terminal stems. We played at painting with this fruits in our childhoods. Its roots are toxic, cause a nauseous or diarrhea by eating. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp