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Types of Datura

Angel's ​Trumpet​
Angel's ​Trumpet​

Datura is a genus of nine species of poisonous vespertine flowering plants belonging to the family Solanaceae. They are commonly known as daturas, but also known as devil's trumpets, not to be confused with angel's trumpets, its closely related genus Brugmansia.

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Brugmansia ​Ceratocaula​
Brugmansia ​Ceratocaula​

Datura ceratocaula is a species of Datura.It is weed-like in its natural habitat, but is grown in gardens and yards as an ornamental plant.The flower has a sweet smell. It is an annual plant that originally came from Mexico.

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Datura ​Bernhardii​
Datura ​Bernhardii​

Datura stramonium is a foul-smelling, erect, annual, freely branching herb that forms a bush up to 60 to 150 cm (2 to 5 ft) tall. The root is long, thick, fibrous, and white.

Datura Ferox​
Datura Ferox​

Datura ferox, commonly known as long spined thorn apple and fierce thornapple, as well as Angel's-trumpets, is a species of Datura. Like all such species, every part of the plant contains deadly toxins that can kill animals (including humans) that ingest it.

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Datura ​Kymatocarpa​
Datura ​Kymatocarpa​

Datura kymatocarpa is a species of Datura.It is native to Mexico and is an annual plant.. Contemporary experts classify this plant not as a separate species, but as a variety of Datura discolor.

Datura Lanosa​
Datura Lanosa​

Datura lanosa is a species of Datura.Some contemporary botanists classify this plant not as a separate species, but as a variety of Datura wrightii or Datura innoxia.. This Datura is a small shrub, producing trumpet shaped flowers.

Datura ​Leichhardtii​
Datura ​Leichhardtii​

Datura leichhardtii is a species of thorn apple in the genus Datura. In 1844, Ludwig Leichhardt is said to have discovered this species in Australia. Ferdinand von Mueller gave it the name Datura leichhardtii when he published his first description of it in 1855.

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Datura Metel​
Datura Metel​

Datura is a genus of nine species of poisonous vespertine flowering plants belonging to the family Solanaceae. They are commonly known as daturas, but also known as devil's trumpets, not to be confused with angel's trumpets, its closely related genus Brugmansia.

Datura ​Quercifolia​
Datura ​Quercifolia​

Datura quercifolia, commonly known as the oak-leaf thorn-apple or the Chinese thorn-apple, is a small shrub in the genus Datura.It can grow within dry or moist soils and requires large amount of sunlight to grow.

Datura ​Reburra​
Datura ​Reburra​

Genus: Datura Sectio: D. sect. Dutra Species: Datura reburra. Name . Datura reburra A.S.Barclay, 1959. References . Barclay, A.S. 1959. Botanical Museum Leaflets.

Desert Thorn-​Apple​
Desert Thorn-​Apple​

View photographs and a description of the plant Datura discolor, commonly known as Desert Thorn-apple

Jimsonweed​
Jimsonweed​

Datura stramonium, known by the English names jimsonweed or devil's snare, is a plant in the nightshade family. It is believed to have originated in Mexico, but has now become naturalized in many other regions.

Sacred Datura​
Sacred Datura​

Datura, or trumpet flower, is one of those ?ooh and ahh? plants. What is Datura? It is an herbaceous perennial or annual with a deadly reputation as an ingredient in poisons and love potions.