angel's trumpet


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South American plant cultivated for its very large nocturnally fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers

a South American plant that is cultivated for its large fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers

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After the last frost, prune back tender perennials such as angel's trumpet (Brugmansia), bougainvillea, and ginger.
Daturas, angel's trumpet and fuchsias are particularly greedy and should be fed twice weekly.
Commonly known as the angel's trumpet, these plants produce large, elegant trumpet-shaped flowers with a wonderful perfume.
Brugmansia (named after the Dutch naturalist Sebald Brugmans) or angel's trumpet has stout, pendulous, flared flowers that can reach 10 inches in length and are set cheek by jowl on the plant, creating a dense floral tapestry.
Angel's trumpet (Brugmansia) A woody shrub, it has pendant flowers in a range of colors.
Bougainvilleas with their bright papery bracts in reds, screaming pink or purple look lovely, or go for the elegant, dangling flowers of the Brugmansia or Angel's Trumpet.
Q: My problem is an angel's trumpet that I received as a gift.
The sweet scent of an angel's trumpet perfumes the air.
The Brugmansia or Datura, commonly known as angel's trumpet because of its huge, elegant trumpet-shaped flowers, is rich with scent.
Included in this list are the orange-flowered lion's ear (Leonotis Leonurus), the yellow-flowered flannel bush (Fremontodendron) and Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa), rockrose (Cistus), angel's trumpet (Brugmansia) and Iochroma cyaneum, this last shrub famous for its tubular purple flowers.
PLANT up a Brugmansia (otherwise known as the angel's trumpet or Datura) and you can enjoy the fantastic trumpet-shaped pendulous flowers which have a heavenly perfume.
Be sure to look for several new varieties of angel's trumpet, including the double white flowered ``Charles Grimaldi,'' and multiple-petal ``Silk Handkerchief.
On warm summer evenings, a heady fragrance from angel's trumpet and heliotrope permeates the air, reminding the family of their former home in the islands.
Commonly known as the angel's trumpet - although potentially very poisonous - these plants produce large elegant trumpet-shaped flowers with a wonderful perfume.
The angel's trumpet (Brugmansia) is everything its name suggests.