You’re going to most likely want to wait until partial thaw... catch them when they are re-distributing their resources, but BEFORE bud-break... I start my spring collecting in late February.Also when is the best time to take them out of the ground ? Or can I do it now ?
Depending on which one.. Solanum dulcamara which is the “Bittersweet NIGHTSHADE” is the stereotypical “Red, poison berry” warned of... i believe it’s only 2 berries is possibly fatal to children around 80 lbs...I’ve heard the fruit is poisonous to pets.
Also I don’t think a cop would come up and check the plant I’m taking . I couldn’t find if it’s illegal or not but I do see that my cop neighbor has it in his yardFYI, at least in my area, bittersweet is invasive and it is technically illegal to cultivate, transport or grow... That said the vines can get enormous...
I can’t see if it’s illegal or not. I’m just gonna take them and see what happens . Or if you guys know how I can find out that would be awesomeHehe.. you’d be surprised!
Getting permission is easier.
I’d ask the neighbor for SURE!
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