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The Datura Angel's Trumpet, 'Datura meteloides', has fragrant and showy flowers that open late in the day to enhance the evening garden. If your time only allows you to enjoy an evening garden, then the Datua is the plant. The pale blooms will glow well into the twilight and their scent is heavenly. The flowers are 6 inches long, trumpet-shaped and white in color, tinged with lilac. The flowers last only a day or two, but blooms appear from mid summer to late fall.The Angel's Trumpet Datura requires full sun and prefers well drained soils. Water regularly, but do not over water. Plant in the spring, 1 to 2 weeks before the last frost. Take advantage of the heavenly fragrance by planting the Datura close to a window. Note: All parts of this plant are poisonous.
Scientific Name : Datura meteloides

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