A poisonous perennial plant that grows up to five feet tall and six feet wide. The fragrant purple and white flowers bloom April through October. The trumpet flowers open at nearly full dark and wither a few hours after sunrise the following morning. It’s flowers are most famous for their presence in the painting of Georgia O’ Keeffe!
- Plant in full sun to light shade
- Best in well-drained soil
- Water once a month once established
- Deer resistant
- Attracts butterflies
- Native to Southwest North America