Flower NameThorn apple
Formal NameDatura innoxia
Alias毛朝鮮朝顔, Thorn apple, acred datura
HabitatCenter and South America
Thorn apple(scientific name: Datura innoxia) is a perennial herb of the Solanaceaedatura department , of the Datura genus native to Central and South America. Day white flowers bloom in the summer. A kind of datura, this is the biggest flowers bloom among daturas. There is no jaggedness on the leaf border. Fine soft hair has grown on the upper surface of the leaves and stems branch.The whole plant is poisonous plants.
Common name: Thorn apple, scientific name: Datura innoxia, also known as: American morning glory, Thorn apple, Sacred datura, origin: Central and South America, life type: perennial, plant height: 50-100 cm, leaf shape: oval, leaf margin: full margin, leaf surface and stem: short soft hairs, petiole: reciprocal, inflorescence: monocotyledonous inflorescence, crown shape: funnel-shaped, 10 shallow lobes with 5 striations on the crown, flower color: white, flower diameter: 10 cm, flowering direction: upward, flowering period: June to August, fruit shape: ovate with thorns, fruit diameter: 5 cm.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arraySolitary Inflorescence
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
SeasonJun Jul Aug
Height50 ~ 100 [cm]
Diameter10 ~ 10