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Grapevine, Tx
Jun 5, 2017 9:40 PM CST
You just sent out an archive Q&A about night blooming plants. I just HAVE to update your list with this item: ~4x4 ft, dramatic, easy and fast growing, exotic looking, Datura! I believe the variety I have is the old native southwestern Jimsonweed. It has large, fuzzy simple leaves, and large (8-10") lemon scented, upward facing white blooms that open at dusk. It would be neat near a pool or patio where you sit out in the evening. It makes a spiny seed pod, is easily grown from seed, I would be happy to send you some. ;-)

Does this have to be a question...? Ok, can you grow this guy up north? I'm in north Texas, here they die down in winter to return next spring.

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