Vegetables in the nightshade family include potatoes, peppers and eggplants. Fruits in the family include tomatoes, tomatillos, goji berries and ground cherries. Although other members of the family, such as deadly night... More »

Nightshade vegetables, so called because of their habit of growing in shade and flowering at night, include potatoes, paprika, eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, and over 2500 other species. All belong to the family Solanaceae... More »

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Potatoes are part of the Solanaceae family of nightshade vegetables, and they are formally called Solanum tuberosum. People use potatoes for food and animal feed and in the production of alcoholic beverages and starch. More »

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Eggplant, which is also known as "eggfruit," "aubergine," "brinjal," "gilos," "guinea squash," "mad apple" and "nasubi," is a fruit that starts with the letter "E." Eggplant is a member of the nightshade family of fruits... More »

Potatoes are part of the Solanaceae family of nightshade vegetables, and they are formally called Solanum tuberosum. People use potatoes for food and animal feed and in the production of alcoholic beverages and starch. More »

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Good vegetables to grow in a small garden include greens, tomatoes, beans, peppers and eggplants. Compact versions of these plants thrive in small spaces or containers. More »

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Nonstarchy vegetables include broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, cabbage and peppers. Other vegetables include spinach and cucumber. Starchy vegetables include carrots, potatoes, peas, corn and squash. An easy way to rememb... More »

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