June 9, 2012
Solanum douglasii
Douglas’ Nightshade, White Nightshade
I like this because you can see several stages of berry development. Too bad the focus is on the leaves and not the berries or flowers. CalFlora says it’s highly toxic, in contrast to Solanum relatives tomato and potato. Photo 6/08/12 

Solanum douglasii

Douglas’ Nightshade, White Nightshade

I like this because you can see several stages of berry development. Too bad the focus is on the leaves and not the berries or flowers. CalFlora says it’s highly toxic, in contrast to Solanum relatives tomato and potato. Photo 6/08/12 

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Filed under: wild Solanum Nightshade 
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    I have a bittersweet nightshade growing here in Boise. It’s a a fun one to grow. :)
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