Family, Nightshade. Color, white. Calyx, 5-toothed, the upper part falling away in fruit. Corolla, 3 inches long, funnel-form, the border 5-toothed. Stamens, 5. Fruit, a prickly 2-celled capsule. Flowers on peduncles growing in the forks of the branching stems. Leaves, large, ovate, toothed.

Too well known to need much description. Large, coarse, rank plants, often found in barnyards and around old door-yards. They are narcotic, poisonous, and ill - smelling. Flowers showy, resembling a morning glory, on short peduncles, growing where the stem branches or forks.