The most striking feature of a datura (Datura spp.) is its flowers.
The 4- to 6-inch flowers bloom all summer, and some varieties are fragrant.
The plant usually grows about 3 feet tall but can reach a height of 5 feet.
Datura, also called angel’s trumpet, makes a striking container plant and is used in borders and as a specimen plant.
All parts of an angel’s trumpet plant, including the seeds, are highly toxic if eaten.
Use: Outdoor Plants
Cultivating Difficulty Degree: Very Easy
Full-bloom Period: Summer
Type: Blooming Plants
Package Included :
1 x 100Pcs Datura Flower Seeds
Sowing instructions :
Datura seeds are sown indoors in individual pots two to three months before planting them outdoors. Any type of potting soil or seed starting medium will do, but using a soilless mix will help prevent fungal diseases such as damping off. Keeping the air around the seeds very moist until they germinate will result in higher germination rates. Placing the pots in a tray with a clear plastic cover or in a clear plastic bag and then closing it tightly will increase humidity. Open the bag or remove the cover as soon as the seedlings germinate. The seeds germinate fastest at temperatures between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Datura germination is erratic and can take anywhere from one to six weeks.