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Datura 'Black Current Swirl'

Posted by mnwsgal 4 Henn MN (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 14, 09 at 4:09

Datura ws '08 bloom '08

I have ws this datura variety for two years. It has become a favorite to be planted every year.

It is wintering inside. The blossoms have finished and now it has many flower buds.


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RE: Datura 'Black Current Swirl'

This was a favorite in my garden this year too! Such wonderful colors!

what is the plant growing up in the datura with the light purple flowers? I wish I had put something tall in with mine this year. I think I'll do that this year! I think I'll grow that datura every year!


RE: Datura 'Black Current Swirl'

The light purple flowers are from a trade listed as purple salvia. I think it looks more like a purple veronica. Both are in pots in my holding bed area.
Next year I will plant the datura in the ground in one of my beds.

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