sometimes classed with Brugmansia, this bushy perennial from Central
America is in fact a true Datura.
It has pink or white flowers, the latter resembling those of Datura
stramonium, but it is less poisonous, as its specific name suggests.
If grown as an annual it makes a bush a little under 3 ft (1 m)
Other properties: Poisonous
Cultivation: They need full sun and fertile, moist but well-drained
Propagate from seed.