Original plant with flowers that have a very pleasant odor. Flowers have the shape of pipes and so know another name for this plant - "angel's pipes. The plant is thermophilic, drought resistant, does not like to transplant. You can grow not only on flower beds and flowerbeds, but also in large barrels.
Datura Trumpet Flower Care Datura plants need full sun, fertile soil and regular watering. They get droopy and cranky if they do not get adequate moisture. During winter they can sustain themselves in most climates with whatever moisture naturally occurs. Datura trumpet care specifies that potted plants need special care and annual repotting. The plants may lose leaves in winter if left outside in milder climates, but spring back in warmer temperatures. Datura plants growing in colder zones will require you to move the plant indoors or just let it reseed and start new plants. Fertilize in spring with a light flowering plant food high in nitrogen and then follow with a formula higher in phosphorus to promote flowering. Cut back errant stems, but otherwise you don’t need to prune this plant. Staking may be necessary when the plant grows too quickly and has slender stems.