Wild Flowers of Pittsburgh

Common Nightshade (Solanum nigrum)

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This common and poisonous little member of the tomato family grows in vacant lots, at the edge of the sidewalk, and anywhere else it can gain a foothold. Up close, the little white flowers with bright yellow centers are cheerful and pretty.

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