Tiny purple flowers of climbing NIGHTSHADE (Solanum dulcamara)
Also known as bittersweet or woody NIGHTSHADE (but it is not deadly NIGHTSHADE), this is a woody perennial that grows one to three metres (3 to 10 feet) tall. It probably grows some place near you unless you live in one of Canada's Prairie Provinces or in one of the most southern states in the U.S.
A cluster of inedible, somewhat poisonous red berries
Climbing NIGHTSHADE is a relative of tomatoes and potatoes. BUT don't eat them! Although rare, eating these berries can kill you.
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