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SOLVED: Yellow-orange berries about 1/4 inch very thorny stem

Wendell, NC

I have this very odd and a loner weed/plant that stands about 10 inches high and has 4-5 yellow-orange berries on it. The stem has very fine thorns - actually covered in thorns. What is it? Thanks.

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Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

Possibly Solanum carolinense

Seattle, WA

It could also be S. incanum based on the trunks of the plant.

Raleigh, NC(Zone 7b)

It's Solanum carolinense.

Solanum incanum is not native and does not occur here.

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