at Oliver Park
arbusto de metro y medio aprox con espinas en su tallo.
aka silver-leaf nightshade. Grows abundantly around the property.
western horse nettle fruit of this plant is poisonous to livestock, and the forage value is poor for grazing wildlife
Solanaceae | horse-nettle
Near Sheckles Bridge
Near Sheckles Bridge at San Gabriel River on El Camino Real trail
Solanum is a large and diverse genus of flowering plants, including two food crops of the highest economic importance, the potato and the tomato. It also contains the nightshades and horsenettles, as well as numerous plants cultivated for their ornamental flowers and fruit.