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  • Patricia Ledford

    Purple Angel’s Trumpet is quite compact in containers, reaching only about a 2-3 ft high 3 ft wide. In the garden, it forms a dense,well-branched shrub 3- to 4-feet tall slightly wider. Beginning in early summer continuing until fall weather sets in, the plant is covered with magnificent, fragrant blooms. If you live north of zone 9 want to grow it in the garden as an annual, plant it when the soil is warm in spring. Not fussy about soil, just give it plenty of sun. Zones 9-11.

  • Christine Lucas

    Purple Datura is a poisonous plant that doubles as a beauty queen.

  • Linda Coplan

    Purple Angel’s Trump Flowers Garden Love

  • Destiny Lynch

    Exotic Plants Datura purple queen double - angels trumpet - 15 seeds,

  • Dee Davis

    Purple Angel's Trumpet - BEAUTIFUL flower

  • Kimberly Eakins

    Purple Angel’s Trumpet - Pretty purple flower!

  • Kelly Campbell

    Purple Angel’s Trumpet “I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don't notice it. People think pleasing God is all God cares about. But any fool living in the world can see it always trying to please us back.” ― Alice Walker, The Color Purple

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