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chrisaggie
Fort Lauderdale, FL

November 8, 2006
2:44 PM

Post #2894105

I have read everything I can find about growing variegated daturas from seed. I have found a people that say they have done it and some say that it is not possible. Anyone have any first hand knowledge about this? Also, what is the best was to root cutting of daturas? Thank you for any help.

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chrisaggie
Fort Lauderdale, FL

December 3, 2006
8:24 PM

Post #2965370

A few weeks back I planted some variegted datura seeds (not from my datura). I got home this afternoon to find one had sprouted. It was all white leaves. Has anyone ever seen a datura sprout white before?

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azreno
Mesa, AZ
(Zone 9b)

December 8, 2006
1:25 PM

Post #2981221

Hmmmm, I haven't (I wish I had :-) but Ithat isn't a good sign, without the ability to create chlorophyll it will die I think.
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

December 16, 2006
12:24 PM

Post #3003448

Tony I love that varigation, if you ever have seeds to spare I would love to try them.


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juttz
Muskegon, MI
(Zone 5a)

December 28, 2006
6:30 PM

Post #3031155

May I ask the method of germination of the Datura?..Ive got some seeds to try and would love to see them grow...Judy
maxvine
Perrysburg, OH
(Zone 5b)

August 10, 2007
10:23 AM

Post #3839418

I accidentally "created" them from saved seed from a Black Currant Swirl hybrid. The flowers and var. looks different and I have no idea what the next gen. will look like but it's fun to find out. Good luck.

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PerennialGirl
Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 4a)

September 12, 2007
6:00 PM

Post #3967025

That's cool, Maxvine!! If you ever want to trade some seeds let me know.
:) Donna
Abutilon
Coal Center, PA
(Zone 6a)

November 15, 2007
4:50 AM

Post #4194699

Maxvine,
That's a pepper.
mistygardener
Saint James, MO
(Zone 6b)

November 15, 2007
4:56 AM

Post #4194722

I tried germinating MANY, MANY seeds and had absolutely NO luck. I had gathered them from the mother plant, which self sowed very readily. I was sent some seeds from a fellow DG'er and hope that I can do well with these. I, too, would love to know the "correct" way to sow them. Thanks, Misty

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