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Flowers: Datura/Angel's Trumpets
Datura metel
This genus loves the heat, and we are just barely warm enough west of the Cascades to glimpse its potential. This species of Datura is native to south China (some say India), where it gets over 5' tall. For us, maybe 2' tall was the norm, and it seemed to attract more than the normal attention from flea and cucumber beetles. Maybe they like the bitter toxic alkaloids the genus is known for. Also known for heavenly fragrance and drama.
Seeds Per Packet: 10
Seeds Per Gram: 80

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 Ballerina Mix (Datura/Angel's Trumpets)  Ballerina Mix 
NEW FOR 2017! These are exaggerated versions of traditional datura trumpet flowers, with 7" long doubled petals that create something more like a ballerina's dress than a trumpet. Especially good for pots and hot locations where datura naturally thrives. Fragrant flowers are followed by fantastic seed pods that are arrangements all in themselves. Pod spines have mercifully been reduced to nubbins by some breede... pricing and more info...
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 Ballerina Purple (Datura/Angel's Trumpets)  Ballerina Purple 
NEW FOR 2017! Datura metel comes in three color phases, white, yellow, and purple. The purple ones have very dark 8" ovate foliage and stems that are nearly black, with purple-blushed doubled tubular flowers that are especially fragrant at night (to attract moth pollinators). Cut the whole stem with seedpods at season's end for dry arrangements. Makes a bouquet statement that Morticia would die for... pricing and more info...
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