Jimson weed is a wild-growing plant that goes by other names such as Locoweed, Devil's Trumpet, Thorn Apple and Stinkweed. It is identified by tall thorn-covered stalks and blooming white and purple flowers. Jimson weed contains a powerful chemical known as Atropine, which has been used as a medicinal herb to potentially treat bedwetting, tense muscles and epilepsy. Growing Jimson weed doesn't require that you have a green thumb.
Dig a trench to sow the seeds, making it about 1 foot deep by 8 inches wide.
Fill the trench with potting soil.
Mix the potting soil with the earth that was dug from the trench.
Sow each seed, pointy side down, about 1/4 inch beneath the surface of the soil. Make sure you do this by early spring, if you want the Jimson weed to bloom by autumn.
Water liberally once a week until the sprouts are about 1 foot tall. Reduce the frequency of watering to once every two weeks.