Eastern black nightshade is a resilient invasive plant that can thrive in a variety of environments. Eastern black nightshade is a native annual nightshade found in forests swamps and beaches The fruits are black when ripe and while it is. ID Info Similar Species Need ID Help Solanum ptychanthum misapplied Common Name s. Leaves often with holes due to flea beetle feeding Flowers occur in clusters of 5-7. The cotyledons of Eastern black nightshade have hair on their margins and are small and green on both sides with the..



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