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I started some datura from seed, not expecting them to germinate but they did. I have several seedlings, one of which I put in a large pot. When I offered the remaining seedlings to friends, they didn't want them due to their toxicity. One showed me a book which said datura is not only toxic if ingested, but touching the plant, or even smelling the flowers close up is dangerous. Plus, they are supposedly invasive, reseeding everywhere. Is this true? I am not sure now if I should even grow the plant I have in the pot. How dangerous is this plant, really? I know the seed pods are thorny, so even with gloves, could this pierce the skin and cause illness? Why do they sell the seeds and plants if it's so deadly?
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