Woody Nightshade, or Bittersweet, is a member of the Solanum family, which includes tomatoes, potatoes and aubergines (and these are all closely related to tobacco, peppers and petunias, amongst others).
|Woody Nightshade - Solanum dulcamara|
Did anyone notice the fly on the droplet under the fruit furthest on the left?
Ivy-leaved Toadflax grows on most of the old walls around here, and can be seen in flower all year round:
Mosses are always good for droplet shots, and a particular fencepost is always fruitful. This specimen of Tortula muralis sports two distinct sets of droplets: one on the capsule-bearing setae and the other set on the much lower leaves.
|Droplets on the moss Tortula muralis|
Another angle and specimen brought up this shot of two capsules with a suspended piece of spider's web between them:
|Tortula muralis with spider's web droplets|
Ivy is a major source of late nectar for insects, and the overall flower display seems to last a couple of months, although individual flowers are very short-lived:
The five-sided fruit are starting to show now: