Capable of growing up to three feet in height, and sporting both nettles and berries, white horsenettle is a flowering plant capable of growing in semi-arid climates. Like all other plants in the Mojave Wasteland, white horsenettle berries will eventually regrow after being picked.
White horsenettle berries are an ingredient in many poisons, including Mother Darkness, tremble, Silver Sting and bleak venom. In addition, they can also be used for turning the pelts of various gecko subspecies into tanned gecko hide, tanned fire gecko hide, tanned green gecko hide or tanned golden gecko hide. Although edible, white horsenettle is poisonous and will inflict a significant penalty to Endurance and Agility, offset by a pitifully weak healing effect and minimal appetite reduction. Thus, they are best employed for crafting purposes. With Lonesome Road, white horsenettle can be used to create fiery purgative, which purges the body of toxins.
Survival skill effect
|10||+1 Hit Point for 5s, -2 Endurance for 2m, -2 Agility for 2m||-6 Starvation|
|20||+1 Hit Point for 5s, -2 Endurance for 2m, -2 Agility for 2m||-7 Starvation|
|30||+1 Hit Point for 5s, -3 Endurance for 2m, -3 Agility for 2m||-8 Starvation|
|40||+1 Hit Point for 5s, -3 Endurance for 2m, -3 Agility for 2m||-9 Starvation|
|50||+2 Hit Point for 5s, -4 Endurance for 2m, -4 Agility for 2m||-10 Starvation|
|60||+2 Hit Point for 5s, -4 Endurance for 2m, -4 Agility for 2m||-11 Starvation|
|70||+2 Hit Point for 5s, -4 Endurance for 2m, -4 Agility for 2m||-12 Starvation|
|80||+2 Hit Point for 5s, -5 Endurance for 2m, -5 Agility for 2m||-13 Starvation|
|90||+2 Hit Point for 5s, -5 Endurance for 2m, -5 Agility for 2m||-14 Starvation|
|100||+3 Hit Point for 5s, -6 Endurance for 2m, -6 Agility for 2m||-15 Starvation|
- Two plants behind the wrecked house in the southeast corner of Goodsprings.
- Five can be found scattered at the base of the cliffs near the broken radio tower directly behind Goodsprings source.
- Some plants can be found in large quantities near Primm to the north of the fence, and in the area containing the casino.
- Several plants grow east and southeast of Lone Wolf Radio near the road.
- In the flatlands and in the ruins surrounding Boulder City.
- Many plants can be found behind Hunter's farm.
- The surroundings of Lake Mead contain horsenettle.
- Outside Freeside's north gate at the nearby farm areas and under the water tower in the Crimson Caravan Company.
- There are patches growing south of the ant mound and Allied Technologies offices.
- Three plants exist at Samson rock crushing plant.
- A plant can be found west of the road leading from Goodsprings to Primm.
- Northeast of the Grub n' Gulp rest stop, four of the plants are growing in close proximity to each other, next to the rusted water pipe.
- Three plants can be found east of Mojave house where the mad brahmin reside.
- Another three plants can be found east of Mojave house and southeast of North Vegas Square. There will be a boarded-up white house where the plants are, and some buffalo gourd seeds, as well.
- Can sometimes be found on dead Legion soldiers.
- Joshua Graham's desk in Angel cave. Sometimes in a clay pot to the left of
- seed package north of Dionaea Muscipula, across the pipe. Dried version, one of the items converted from the
- campfire or an electric hot plate using Salient Green, which is an item created by the biological research station in Big MT. They can be cloned at a
- Their procurement becomes much easier with Salient Green.
- Though the rollover text on an unpicked plant states it is "White Horse nettle," the notification at the edge of the screen and the name of the produce once picked is "White Horsenettle."
- Though the berries on the plant are green, once picked and then dropped, it can be seen that they have a brown color.
Behind the scenes
- White horsenettle is based on the real world solanum elaeagnifolium, colloquially known as white horsenettle.
- White horsenettle is named "White Horsenettle Berry" in the Fallout: New Vegas instruction booklet and in game files.
- Fallout: New Vegas instruction booklet, screenshot on page 16
- Editor ID "WhiteHorsenettleBerry"