Family:
Solanaceae
Toxins:
tropane alkaloids atropine hyoscyamine scopolamine
Flower Color:
  • flower color
  • flower color
  • flower color
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Found:
ornamental, meadows

Geographical Distribution

Mandrake distribution - United States

Related Species

Mandrake

Mandragora officinarum

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Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum) is a perennial herbaceous plant from the Solanaceae family. It is native to the Mediterranean and is widespread in the countryside of Greece.

Mandrake has oblong ovate leaves, blue violet flowers, and yellow berries. All parts of the mandrake plant contain tropane alkaloids, specifically atropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine.

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