Latua pubiflora SORCERER'S TREE (10 seeds)


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Latua pubiflora, sorcerer's tree or stick witches is a small thorny shrub of the Solanaceae family.
This shrub produces small purple flowers in early spring.
It is found mainly in South America, specifically in Chile.
Flowers are pink bell-shaped.
Latua pubiflora seeds are brown and small in size.

Stick witches is a plant that possesses a very violent poison, it was once used to provoke delusions and even permanent follies.
Mapuches shamans used Latua pubiflora as a cure for evil spirits that inflicted disease on the tribe.

Latua pubiflora has two alkaloids: scopolamine, which is also found in Datura tatula or Mandrake, and hyoscyamine, which is also found in the henbane and Atropa belladonna.

Sowing sorcerer's tree seeds:

Begin by soaking seeds 4 to 6 hours in warm water, then sow the seeds of Latua pubiflora in fine peat and cover with 2 to 3 mm of substrate.
Sprinkle with a sprayer and place at a temperature of about 20 ° C.
Germination of stick witches seeds how after 3 to 4 weeks.

  • Shrub for defensive hedge.
  • Produces beautiful purple flowers.
  • Very toxic fruits used by shamans.

Do not consume.
To be cultivated for the purpose of collecting and safeguarding the ethnobotanical species.


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Latua pubiflora SORCERER'S TREE (10 seeds)

Latua pubiflora SORCERER'S TREE (10 seeds)


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