A few smokey weed card photos I found:
Buttercup Scorpion Weed, Phacelia covillei, Joanna Barnum, http://www.joannabarnum.com/
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184_3115 prickly weed seeds, Solanum linnaeanum, Apple of Sodom, Solanaceae, aka Solanum hermannii, Solanum sodomeum
Image by Kate’s Photo Diary
Thanks for the ID gravitywave.
Solanum linnaeanum Apple of Sodom
Native of South Africa
Erect bushy dark green perennial shrub to 1.5 m high. Leaves 4–8 cm long, elliptic in outline, margins deeply lobed; on a stalk to 2 cm long. Flat light brown to orange seeds 2–3 mm long.
Distinguished by prickles 3–15 mm long that are common on most parts (longest on leaf mid-veins); star-shaped hairs and some glandular hairs, upper leaf surface sparsely hairy, lower leaf surface more densely hairy; mauve flowers with anthers 4.5–6 mm long; berries globe-shaped, mottled green at first, ripening yellow, 2–3 cm wide, drying brown.
Spread by seed usually in berries blown or dragged about
First collected in Australia in 1801. Now mainly found in coastal areas, often associated with sandy calcareous soils. Minor weed of disturbed areas, especially roadsides and in rough pastures. Not eaten by stock. Fruits are poisonous to stock and humans, especially when green.
Flowers most of the year.