Solanum lyratum, a
somewhat near-to-vine perennial herb, grows at forest edges. Leaves
are 3-8cm long, in the shape of an ovate-oblong. Leaves on lower
parts are often deeply cut in 3-5 lobes. Flowers, light purple, set
themselves in cymose inflorescences. Corollas are 1cm so in
diameter. Sap fruit, spherical, 6-7mm in diameter, mature in red.
Bloom time: July-September.