Datura discolor, also known as Sacred Datura or desert thorn-apple, is a bushy herbaceous annual plant with dark green leaves and white trumpet flowers that are occasionally tinged violet inside. The Sacred Datura is related to brugmansia, belladonna and henbane and is found in the American Southwest, in northern Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. The plant can grow to 1.4 ml. Datura discolor has large flowers (170 mm in diameter). The flowers are very short-lived and blossom for only one night and wither the following day. However the plant produces numerous blooms that continue over the course of the season. They have a sweet and delicate scent.
WARNING: These are poisonous if ingested. Do not ingest for any reason and keep away from curious pets and children. The effects of consuming D. discolor include delirium, intense hallucinations, temporary insanity, and extreme physical discomfort. Hardiness Zone : 9-10