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What is this plant?

comments (1) August 29th, 2013 in gallery
Walla10 Walla10, member
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this "shrub" just started growing out of no where next to my hostas and evergreen shrubs. Last year a pumpkin grew in the exact same spot! 

This had tiny white flowers, now has clusters off green berries.



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Heycorrie writes: That's a weed called black nightshade. Don't let those berries drop their seeds or you'll have more next year! It is considered poisonous, so be careful when handling it (and you might not want to put it in your compost pile, if you have one). Posted: 6:03 am on August 30th
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