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Datura metel purple flowers is an annual plant of the Solanaceae family.
It measures about 1 meter in height.
Its flowers are purple, purple trumpet-shaped 15 to 20 cm in length.
There are also other varieties of Datura such as devil's trumpet, thorn apple white and Datura tatula.
Datura metel purple is used in various countries of the world.
It is used in America for healings and rituals.
In India, it is used as an aphrodisiac and Indian ginseng.
The plant is extremely toxic despite the beauty of the flowers.
Sowing the seeds of Datura metel purple:
Start by soaking your Datura metel purple seeds 24 hours in hot water, then sow them in small pots of fine potting soil under 5 mm deep.
Sprinkle gently, then leave your crop at a temperature close to 25 ° C.
Purple Datura seeds usually germinate after 3 to 4 weeks.
Then transplant in pots or in the ground in a place full of sun.
- Easy crop plant, supports very well dry land.
- Beautiful purple bloom from April to October.
Do not consume, dangerous plant.
Ethnobotanical and shamanic plant of Asia destined solely for the collection or as an ornamental plant.
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