Datura quercifolia Oakleaf Datura
ANNUAL. Leaves distinctly and irregularly lobed (not just wavy
or scalloped). Flowers white with white throats, edged with purple,
very small for a Datura (about 2 cm in diameter at the top).
Seedpods egg-shaped, with a few very stout spines. Blooms in midsummer.
Flowers open in the morning and close after noon. On bare disturbed
ground, roadsides, etc.
FAMILY: Solanaceae (Nightshade or Tomato Family)