24+ Datura Tatula seeds. (Other common names: Jimson Weed, Horn of Plenty, Devil?s Trumpet) Datura Tatula is a smaller variety of Datura - reaching only about 2-3 feet with 4? white and lilac single, upright trumpet blooms by morning the entire bloom is lilac.
The sweet smelling single blooms are perfect near your patio or deck. The leaves are a stramonium type - serrated and dark green. A delightful and easy to grow plant, suitable for a container or the garden flowering in just 3 1/2 months from sowing.
The tightly scrolled flowers are short lived but are produced in a regular and abundant procession. Perfect container plant for your deck or patio! In containers it can grow outdoors in the summer, move indoors in the winter. Size of the container will affect the size of the plant. In the garden it will grow in zones 1-11. In the south (zone 9 and warmer) grows as a perennial. In the north grow as an annual, but will self-seed.
Grows 2-3" tall and branches 3-4?" wide making it a good filler plant for empty spaces in the flower garden. Prefers a spot shaded from the mid-day sun.
All parts of the plant are poisonous.