Purple Datura Flower is frilly, double bloomed, midnight-purple fluted horns or trumpet flowers, with white interiors burst open in profusion throughout the Summer. Fragrance surrounds these blooms, drawing attention just like the stunning flowers do. The plant grows quickly without much trouble in a sunny location, producing big leaves and dark sleek stems. This Double Angel Trumpet is tropical, so for northern zones, it's best in a patio pot that you can bring indoors once the weather cools. Datura Double Purple Petticoats.
Will grow 3 to 5 feet tall and has oval leaves up to 8 inches with doubles formed inside the flower making double -flowered. The flowers have 5 large lobes with pointed tips.
Height: 3-5 ft
Growing Region: Zones 3 to 10. As a perennial in zones 9 and 10.
Flowers: Late summer and autumn.
Flower Details: White, light purple/white. Long trumpets. Extremely Fragrant.
Foliage: Velvety. Veined. Ovate.
Sow Outside: 1/8 inch Only in warm areas. Following last frost. Spacing: 40 to 50 inches
Sow Inside: RECOMMENDED Germination time: three to seven weeks. Temperature 68°F. Ten to twelve weeks in advance. Transplant outdoors in the spring when temperatures do not drop below 47°F.
Requirements: Full sunlight. Rich soil. Moist soil.
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