"Bitter Nightshade"

"Bitter Nightshade"

Bitter Nightshade, Solanaceae Family, 2021

  • Acrylic painting on wood panel
  • 14″ X 14″ X 1  1/2″
  • Original painting by Amy Daileda, signed on the back
  • Ready to hang
  • One tree planted with purchase

This is a poisonous plant with smelly leaves. Some consider it a “weed.” Look closely, and it’s a gorgeous plant with sweetly shaped leaves, medicinal uses, beautiful berries and divinely beautiful tiny purple and green flowers. What is your definition of a weed? It’s all how you look at it. In real life the flowers are only about 1/2″. Solanum dulcamara is also called European Bittersweet and is in the Solanaceae family–related to tomatoes. Amy painted this one from a volunteer plant growing in the side yard of her driveway.

This painting has hardware on the back, so it’s ready to hang. The 1 1/2″ deep wood panel looks great on a wall as is, although it can also be framed.


This painting is on a lovely wood panel that was handmade in Portland, Oregon. It measures 14″ square and 1 1/2″ deep. The sides are painted the same yellow as the background.

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