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Dunalia & Latua (Tree of Wizards)

Dunalia and Tree of Wizards (Latua pubiflora) are small, respectively monotypic genera native of evergreen costal forests or dry highlands in the Andes. Latua pubiflora and the closely related Dunalia species grow as a woody shrubs with elliptic to oboval leaves on spiny or smooth stems and pendulous, beautiful bell-shaped, magenta, rich violet or inkblue flowers followed by round, yellow to orange fruits. All plant parts contain highly poisenous hallucinogen alcaloids, which have been traditionally used by indigenous tribes. Easily cultivated in pots in any rich, well drained soil with some grit sand added in a sunny spot throughout the year. In winter keep plants drier at a minimum of some 15°C.
Sow seeds flat in any rich, well drained soil at some 20°C to 30°C throughout the year. Cover seeds only very sparsely with soil. Germination in both Dunalia and Latua is slow and erratic. Keep pots and seedlings always sunny.
10 seeds per package.
Dunalia spinosa

Dunalia spinosa

120 (200)cm, an evergreen to deciduous shrub from dry highland areas in Peru and Chile. Dunalia spinosa has mid green, slightly glossy, obovate to elliptic leaves and numerous showy pendulous ink-blue narrow trumpet-shaped flowers followed by small bright orange fruits. For any rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot throughout the year. In winter keep plants slightly drier at a minimum of some 15°C. Seeds are extremely scarce and hard to obtain from the fruits. III-X.
10 seeds per package.

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