20 Seeds w/Instructions
Atropa Belladonna has a longstanding history as a poison and a witch's herb. A perennial, it reaches nearly five feet in height with a purplish stem to match purple flowers that eventually become morbid black berries. The foliage is sensitive to cold and is a dark green color with pronounced veins on the undersides of the leaves. It is one of the primary ingredients in witches’ flying ointments. Certain over-the-counter cold remedies use belladonna extract to clear mucous from nasal passages. Perennial zone 6-9.
▶Note! Despite this plant's beauty, this plant contains compounds that are poisonous if ingested. Do not ingest for any reason and keep away from curious pets and children. Do not attempt medicinal use unless under the direction and care of a physician.
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