Also known as jimsonweed or moonflower, this beautiful plant is native throughout the Southwestern US. It has a large sprawling habit with wide triangular flowers, and can spread several feet wide and 2 feet tall. Large night-blooming flowers draw sphinx moths as pollinators. All parts of the plant are poisonous, so keep away from young children and pets. A great trap-crop for tomato hornworm. Prefers full sun and well drained soil; reseeds easily.