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Dunmor, KY
(Zone 6a)

April 23, 2010
10:35 AM

Post #7730200

Hello everyone. I am in zone 6 (I call it 6b because I'm 2.3 miles from being in 6b instead of 6a)

I am planting a bed of Daturas this year. Has anyone in my zone done this? My plan is to do them as a annual. I am wondering if they will be a self-seeding annual in my zone. I will collect seeds from each one to be safe but would love it if they would be self seeding. I have 10 differant kinds that I am starting from seed right now to plant in my bed. They are:
1. La Fleur
2. Triple Yellow
3. Double Yellow
4. Purple Petticoat
5. Black Currant Swirl
6. White
7. Double White
8. Triple Cream
9. Belle Blanche
10. Triple Purple
Also, can anyone tell me how far a part I should plant them? I dont know how big they will get in my zone.
Any help anyone can give would be appreciated!

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