This plant with a six-inch white trumpet-shaped flower is a Datura innoxia, sometimes called a Moonflower or Thorn-Apple.

Many people keep them for their strange beauty and evening fragrance, but we hope that they don’t put them in their salads.

This and the other eight species of the Datura genus are collectively known as Devil’s Trumpets because they’re poisonous to animals, including humans. (Brooklin, Maine)