New Cultivar Name – Datura 'Tura's Sweet Dreams' – Herald 12 (2) 2016

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    Alistair Hay Registrar & Herald Editor

    Cultivar Name: Datura ‘Tura’s Sweet Dreams’
    Pod Parent: Datura ‘D. metel (triple purple)’
    Pollen Parent: Datura ‘D. metel (triple white)’
    Originator/Hybridizer: Jeff Horder (Australia)
    Seedling Parent (who grew the plant from seed): Jeff Horder (Australia)
    Flower Color: purple/violet
    Color Pattern: inside and outside of corolla distinctly different
    Color Pattern Description: corollas soft violet-purple without, white within.
    Flower Opening: fully (flower widely trumpet/funnel-shaped)
    Number of points per corolla: about 10
    Foliage: solid
    If variegated, type of Variegation:
    Fruit Position: pointing up
    Fruit texture: warty
    Fruit dehiscence: disintegrates irregularly
    Species: D. metel
    Type of cultivar: uniform(with respect to the selected characteristics),short-lived,more or less annual plants, propagated by seed,consistent from generation to generation
    Noteworthy Characteristics: soft violet-purple flower colour
    Cultivar Stability Observation: yes
    Released: yes
    Year Released: 2016

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    #207091
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    Alvin

    It’s exquisite, Jeff !

    #207182
    Keymaster
    ShaunQ

    Jeff you sure know how to create great Datura varieties

    Congrats

    #402187
    Participant
    Patricia Watson

    These are gorgeous Jeff !!

     

    #402215
    Keymaster
    Edna

    Beautiful

    #411354
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    rhapsody616

    It has been a bit since the last picture.  Would love to see if the datura has put out off springs.

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