angel's trumpet

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Related to angel's trumpets: Brugmansia, Brugmansia arborea
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Synonyms for angel's trumpet

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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SPLURGES: Two mature angel's trumpets and a Tibouchina ($108 total).
With subjects like daturas, or the angel's trumpets, I tend to knock them out of the pot at this time of the year, shake off some of the old compost, put in some fresh and re-pot them in the same pot.
Angel's Trumpets (Brugmansia arborea) has a delightfully heady scent from its huge white trumpet flowers and is ideal in a conservatory, but can be brought outside for the summer.
Honeysuckle Jasmine Mock orange Angel's trumpets Rose seating Lavender path Evening bouquet Create an extra dimension in your garden with plants that scent the air.
Question: I purchased four young plants of angel's trumpets in early spring.
ADD a touch of glamour to the garden with a selection of exotic-looking Brugmansia Angel's Trumpets. These amazing tree-like plants produce dramatic large trumpet-shaped flowers that are sweetly-scented and, if you dead-head the flowers as they die, plenty of new ones will come.
ANGEL'S Trumpets (Datura, now known as Brugmansia) are exotic plants that flourish outside during the hottest part of the summer.
Also known as angel's trumpets, they produce trumpet-shaped flowers up to 25cm long during summer.