Jimsonweed/ Thorn-Apple

Datura stramonium
A poisonous 2-5' plant with oval, irregularly lobed leaves. The large 3-4" flowers arise from forks of the branching stem. The corolla is white, or lavender with a purplish throat, and each of the 5 lobes has a long, slender, pointed tip. The tubular, 5-pointed calyx is half as long as the corolla tube. The fruit is a spiny, ovoid capsule. Blooms June-September in waste places, barnyards.