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purple and yellow flower
Found in Como Woodland Outdoor Classroom
Who's afraid of solanum ?
Edge of wetlands
Hillendale park forested area.
Climbing plant with violet flowers and toxic red berries.
Along a fence in disturbed soil
Small purple flowers.
Back yard. Mildly poisonous.
Vine along fence line near 610
I have corrected the ID.
Ornamental vine, somewhat poisonous. Introduced.
poisonous plant), bittersweet
Visually appealing weed. Plentiful purple blooms on a sprawling vine.
Growing up within my clematis in my flower garden.
Tiny purple flowers producing orange/red berries. Grows close to the ground ...
growing up through the expansion joint in the driveway
edge of a wooded area along a river
Growing on a fence amongst Virginia creeper and morning glories in an overgrown ...
Green and red berries, tall plant.
Although fatal human poisonings are rare, several cases have been documented. ...
Despite its floral beauty, bitter
Visually appealing weed. Plentiful purple/yellow blooms on a sprawling vine. ...
The fruit is inedible (toxic), although beautiful.
Solanum dulcamara, also known as
Bright purple flowers w/ yellow centers. Leaves look similar to a tomato plant.