Dried Datura inoxia* Flowers
Moonflower, Pricklyburr, Downy Thornapple, Jimson Weed, Angel's Trumpet, Devil's Trumpet
Calyx (sepals) and corolla (petals) with stamen and style. Without receptacle and flower stem.
Organically grown in my backyard garden in Montana.
Harvested after pollination from July to now 2022. Harvest is ongoing until the first frost in September or October.
25 count. 25 dried flowers weigh at least 10 gram, usually between 10 and 11 gram. They are hand selected and you will only receive perfect flowers.
Will be shipped in white tissue paper inside a cardboard box.
*The scientific name is often cited as Datura innoxia. When English botanist Philip Miller first described the species in 1768, he misspelled the Latin word innoxia (inoffensive) when naming it D. inoxia. Other synonyms for D. inoxia are D. fastuosa, D. metel, and D. meteloides. Datura wrightii is a similar but different species. D. inoxia has all-white flowers and all ten tips poke out. D. wrightii may have lavender tinged flowers and only every other tip of the flower pokes out (five tips instead of ten).
Growing mostly Moonflower (Datura inoxia) in my backyard garden in Montana. My shop is offering Datura flowers, leaves, roots, seeds, and capsules.