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Datura, Sacred (Datura wrightii), potted plant, organic

$11.00

Family:  Nightshade (Solanacea)

Hardy to Zones 8 to 12

(Sacred Datura)  Evergreen or herbaceous perennial native to the deserts of Southern California and the SW US and Mexico.  This plant will flourish in disturbed soil in full sun with almost no water.   Flowers flaring white trumpets on a plant that sprawls and can cover a lot of territory (up to 15 feet wide).  Traditional usage (American Indian): shamanic.  All parts of the plant are toxic and no part of this plant should ever be ingested.  The plant may be kept indoors in a sunny window until the soil warms sufficiently to set to garden or landscape.  Space plants at least 3 feet apart.  Potted plant, certified organically grown

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  1. Question

    Steph

    Hey Richo! I got a small transplant with about 3 leaves from a friend. It is in full sun and gets watered about twice a week. It almost appears all the leaves are burnt, my datura fastuosa from ya’ll was very healthy then all the leaves like burnt/are dropping off upon transplant. are they just very dramatic when transplanted? Do you have any tips to help them along?

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      Richo Cech

      Hi Steph, This is typical with datura of all species–they tend to suffer until they kick in, and then you can’t hold them back. Sunlight and very fast-draining soil, a warm exposure, this is what they need. Too much watedr around the roots and the leaves will fall off. richo

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