The stick-tights and jimson weed held her with detaining hands as she ran back through the unmown lawn.
You may often see her visiting the blossoms of the jimson weed.
The jimson weed (Datura) is a bushy plant, from two to five feet high, bearing large leaves.
The jimson weed on the Pacific coast of the Andes has large white flowers which exhale a faint, repulsive odor.
I think it must be some particularly virulent variety of the jimson weed.
There wuz a jimson weed we'd use fur rheumatism, and fur asthma we'd use tea made of chestnut leaves.
These I just have named I take at bloom time; next month come purple thorn apple, jimson weed, and hemlock.
also jimsonweed, 1812, American English, shortening of Jamestown-weed (1680s), from Jamestown, Virginia colony, where it was discovered by Europeans (1676), when British soldiers mistook it for an edible plant and subsequently hallucinated for 11 days.