No it is solanum nigrum, I had a nursery guy id it and it is exactly like the pictures shown in the article my friend sent me. The solanum nigrum is cultivated not wild according to the merchant- The dangerous one grows wild. It has little white flowers with some yellow.
The bledo sold here is also called amarento and it does not look like the small spinach leaves which are also sold down here. It has an oval thin l leaf with smooth edges more like afeel of a clover leaf which looks nothing like what they call quelites here which look like long stem spinach with almost curly leaves..
(This post was edited by Vichil on Oct 14, 2011, 8:41 PM)
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(Enthusiast) on Oct 14, 2011, 8:41 PM