I have several of these plants suddenly appearing in my veggie patch this summer. But I do not know what plant this is as I have never grown them before. I hope someone can help me identify this plant and what should I do with it. This plant flower are white. The flower shape is similar to solanum (potato/eggplant) family.
It produces small fruits about 1 cm size in diameter which turn to purplish black colour.
This is the first time I have seen it in our veggie patch and we are very curious to know what it is.
How about a "Companion Plant" week from 21st of April till 30th April?
It will be nice to share some ideas about maximising the use of space and crop yields with companion planting for enhancing flavour, growth and add more beauty and spice to the garden with different combination of plants. One advantages of companion planting is to attract benificial insects for pollinations or natural predators to patrol your garden against pests. Therefore, less of our energy, time and money to deal with pests. This month is the time many of us are busy with spring or fall planting. Hopefully we all can share our experience from the garden which is good or bad company.