Several months ago, in glee, my wife and I planted grape vines purchased from a local discount grocery chain. A few weeks ago, my wife spots grapes growing for the first time. She becomes quite excited and shares a photo of the newly formed grape to her social media network.
While waiting for our little grapes to ripen, my wife noticed that these "grapes" looked funny. She accidentally knocked a branch off and tried to save it by placing it in a glass in our kitchen.
Looking closely at the orbs, she searched online for immature grapes with nothing looking like these solid green balls. Eventually, she realized that this plant is not part of the grapevine where she found it, but instead a part of a deadly poisonous weed called Nightshade.
It's "berries" are jambed full of tiny seeds, one plant can produce 80,000 seeds! The seed pods and leaves are poisonous. Some "herbal people" harvest them fort their "medicinal" properties. As we're not shamans, we've plucked out as many as we could after discovering their true identity. They were growing next to the vines of our grape plants so hence my wife's confusion. In fact, they were found next to our back door, around our rose bushes, by the coffin door and randomly throughout the perimeter of our backyard.