Plant family: Solanaceae - Nightshade
Plant type: Shrub
Plant origin: N/A, California
Coastal Sage Scrub, Coastal Strand
Clay, Sand, Salt
Edible , Tolerant of Clay Soil
This California native is rather unusual as it resembles a desert plant but instead grows under Torrey pines in the Coastal Sage Scrub. It ahs small succulent looking leaves and produces small white flowers that turn into edible fruit making this a great addition to a coastal bird garden.
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