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Yellow Datura Moonflowers

I have several white ones that come back every year. I have a new yellow one I grew from seed. It didn’t bloom or produce any seed pods. I also have a new double purple Devils Trumpet Datura this year. Now it tells me to bring in the purple for the winter. I’m not sure about the yellow. I’m in Zone 6.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 09/10/2016 @ 9:39 pm

Depending on the variety, your Datura should be able to overwinter in your zone 6 garden.
Check the specifics of the variety you are growing, as not every variety is as cold hardy as others.

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