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DOUBLE PURPLE MOONFLOWER DATURA
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DOUBLE PURPLE MOONFLOWER DATURA

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DPDAT15

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Description:

DATURA "DOUBLE PURPLE" MOONFLOWER (Datura fastuosa Solanaceae nightshade family) Pretty Trumpet Shaped Double Purple Frilly Blossoms Borne on Long Stems - Notorious for Opening During the Night and Closing During the Day - Very Similar to the Angel's Trumpet Moonflower ANNUAL ZONES 3-4 PERENNIAL ZONES 5-10 **CAUTION ALL PARTS OF THIS PLANT ARE TOXIC IF INGESTED! (15 seeds for $2.50)

Features:

Huge Trumpet Shaped 8 inch blooms grow on 3 foot tall plants


Very fragrant plant


This plant is poisonous if ingested so care will need to be taken around children and pets


All our seeds are tested positive for germination. We offer a full refund (minus shipping costs) or full replacement, whichever you prefer. So order with confidence


Detailed growing instructions included


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Average Customer Rating: based on 2 reviews
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1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4Moon flowersApr 01, 2011
By Country Guy "Lakeman"
Moon flowers are NOT perennials in zone 5 , 6 , 7 or 8, for that matter, as stated on this page. Moon flowers are tropical ipomoeas,or a morning glory plant. They will not survive outside, in the zones stated here. They are a tropical plant. Just so you know.

0 of 1 found the following review helpful:

2Seeds Not What ExpectedJun 04, 2011
By T. D. Harris "scotty lass"
I am pretty disappointed in these seeds. I am familiar with Moonflower seeds, but these are all broken up or it seems they are in pieces. I think by pure luck I may have one plant growing, but it is growing as a vine, and my understanding was that Daturas are a bush. I saved some of the seeds and I am trying again to see if I can get the yellow one to grow and hopefully another purple, but I will just have to wait and see.

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