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Pretty Nipples: Solanum mammosum in floral arrangements

In my November 15 column in The Japan Times, I wrote about a crazy plant called “nipple fruit” (AKA “titty fruit,” “zombie apple,” “cow’s udder” and — only in Japan– “fox face.” The Latin name is Solanum mammosum. It’s sold … Continue reading

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