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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Self-amputation of penis and tongue after use of angel's trumpet. Eur Arch Psychiatry Clin Neurosci 256: 458-459.
Another night bloomer is one of the most endearing members of the Nightshade family, Brugmansia, or angel's trumpet. With its lush leaves and giant, richly fragrant trumpet-like flowers that grow up to 20 inches long, Brugmansia exudes the very essence of heady tropical nights.
In the United States, angel's trumpet (Brugmansia) mashed into a paste and applied to the skin can reduce swelling and aches.
The genus Datura (Angel's trumpet) has been reclassified as Brugrnansia.
I'm still kicking myself over loosing an especially beautiful variegated Brugmansia (angel's trumpet) last winter.
A This wonderfully scented and exotic plant's common name is Angel's Trumpet. It should be grown in a soil-based compost mixed with well-rotted organic material.
Framed by 90-year-old oaks, his yard is a tangle of native and exotic plants: pinkroot, angel's trumpet, Miss Robb's bonnet.
The layout is similar to that of the Neo's, apart from the manual choke, digital instruments and a wacky exhaust pipe that looks like an angel's trumpet.
After the last frost, prune back tender perennials such as angel's trumpet (Brugmansia), bougainvillea, and ginger.
It turns out that Jason's friend made his "herbal tea" from a pretty flowering plant in his own back yard, known as Angel's Trumpet or Thorn apple.
Wants: Nonhybrid cockscomb (red fluted type), Chinese lantern, pink angel's trumpet.
Thierry Cassagnol, aged 42, boiled some angel's trumpet plant and mixed the broth with red Kool-Aid at his home in Sarasota, Florida.
Daturas, angel's trumpet and fuchsias are particularly greedy and should be fed twice weekly.