Datura wrightii

/Datura wrightii

Datura wrightii


Sacred Datura

Sacred datura is a vigorous herbaceous perennial that grows 1′ tall and 6′ wide.

The flowers are the most striking feature, being sweetly fragrant white trumpets up to 8″ long, margins often tinted purple.

Very long blooming time. Blooms from April to October. The flowers open when cloudy or during the night.

All parts of the plant contain a powerful narcotic, so place it wisely.

Combine with other sun-and-dry lovers such as Sagebrush and Sages.

Sun: Full sun

Water: Dry, Light, Moderate

Soil: Clay, Loam, Sand

Other: Drought Tolerant


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