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Black Angel Trumpet Datura-Gothic 10 Seeds/Seed

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  • This lilac purple variety is a favorite for planter and patios
  • Fully double flowers enjoy frill petal edges and grow quiet rapidly in the summer
  • Frost tender perennial
  • Mature Height: 4-5'
  • 10 Seeds
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The popularity of the Angel's Trumpet's continues to grow and this lilac purple variety is a favorite for planter and patios. Fully double flowers enjoy frill petal edges and grow quiet rapidly in the summer. Frost tender perennial. 4-5'. Start the seeds now, indoors, for next spring.

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2.7 out of 5 stars 121 customer reviews

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By Suz on June 17, 2011
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They take a while to germinate. Really thought I had duds, but turned around one day and whoop, there they are! I might have to move them because they apparently get to 4-5 feet tall (missed that part, oops). No blooms yet - will be excited to see these at their full glory. :)

UPDATE: These things got MASSIVE - about as tall as I am, and I'm 5'6". And the blooms really are as beautiful as in the photos! I will plant them earlier in the season, I think - I probably got them in the ground later than I should have.
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How to Plant ANGEL'S TRUMPET Seeds

Soak seed for 24 hours in lukewarm water, then sow in cell packs or flats, press into soil and barely cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 60-70° F., germination is in 21-60 days.
Transplant into 3 inch containers when seedlings large enough to handle. When rooted, place into the garden 4 feet apart.
Comments: Full or part sun.
Tolerates average water, almost any soil with good drainage. Best performance in rich soil with ample water.
Huge, showy, sweetly fragrant flowers attract bees, butterflies and spectacular moths.
Thorny seed pods develop after bloom, are excellent for cutting.
Can be wintered over in a frost-free location; give some light and a bare minimum of water.
*** All parts of plants are toxic; they easily resist deer and rabbits.
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I would recommend this product to anyone looking for it. It blossomed just as expected; ^_~ there is nothing abnormal about this seed. The plant itself is gorgeous; the flowers are just icing on the cake. Make sure you are living in the right climate for this to really thrive, otherwise it may need special care and attention, especially during the frost seasons.

Additional Information: For the sake of preserving the richness of the soil, (you know how nutrients can be sucked out of it if too many things are planted in an area at once...) I would recommend attempting to plant fewer seeds for your first time. Then wait it out an average amount of time for them to begin to sprout. If you don't get satisfactory results, raise the amount of seeds used per planting area until you are left with a strong plant.

*Actual garden fact: It is popular to allow many sprigs to grow up in the same area, and prune them back, saving only the largest and strongest single growth until adulthood. If you have many strong young plants it is safe to replant them, as long as the roots remain dry. (the roots are sensitive to mold and fungus if they are in a very damp area for long periods of time)
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I'm so excited because reading some of the other reviews I was skeptical. Hopefully, it will survive to maturity and actually be what is pictured here. I did what someone else suggested and soaked them for 24 hours under my plant light and then planted in a small pot under a thin layer of soil and placed outside. Took about 4 weeks for something to come up. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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Just started blooming and they are very beautiful love them I got ten seeds and I believe all ten grew.
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I am amazed at these tiny seeds. I planted them mid-February, knowing they take awhile to germinate. I left for Florida for a week, and before I even left the seeds had sprouted! Now what? I was leaving for a week. Since I had them in a small "greenhouse", I figured they would be safe. They were. When I came home, they had outgrown the greenhouse and I had to transplant them to larger peat pots. They grew so tall and got leggy, so I cut the tops back. It didn't seem to bother them at all. Then I noticed that instead of new leaves appearing, I had flower buds!!! It is too cold to plant them outside, and will be for another 5 weeks. What can I now do? I have four new flower buds and the plants are only about 5 inches tall. Tomorrow my first bud will open. I am so excited. They are like little bonsais! What can I do with them for the next 5 weeks? Any suggestions?
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I run a backyard nursery and do a lot of propagation with good germination rates. So far, and it's been I believe over a month- I haven't had one seed sprout. I am using a soilless potting mix of peat, perlite and vermiculite- I tried to germinate indoors with a humidity dome, under a grow light and also outdoors in the heat. All methods so far have been fruitless. The seeds also came from China, so they tool awhile- I thought that was interesting.
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I couldn't get this plant to grow in a pot on the porch at all, i am not sure if they were not in the sun long enough or what i did wrong. I wish i could have gotton them to grow for me.
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