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ill gladly send her some and some lilac le fluer. mine went crazy last season and have seeds still left. its the pale lavendar one (little flowered). i have some yellow ones here somewhere. will send her a few of those too.
Judy, actually it is pretty difficult to tell the difference between Datura wrightii and Datura inoxia since both have such similar characteristics. Dr. Preissel in his book describes the differences, but they are very slight. He talks about the size and width of the flowers as well as their peaks. ABADS attempts to clarify this issue. Here's the link: http://www.americanbrugmansia-daturasociety.org/datura_inoxia.htm
Gosh MaVie, such a small difference but you pinned it down. You are absolutely right about it being Datura Innoxia. Here is what the ABADS website had to say
"Corolla teeth at midpoint of each
section are larger (giving the
appearance of a ten-toothed
flower), flower edge wavy and
show no color tinge at corolla
edge (flower is solid white)
Also known as D. inoxia, or
sometimes D. meteloides due to
sorry Clare for very late response. i prolly was in the hospital at the time u post. it is always my pleasure to help whenever i can. i am much better now after the angio plasti procedure -->where the arteries to the heart was cleared from blockage.
this is an old thread pls take note date. i did change some links cuz they became inactive.