Archive for the ‘Angel trumpet (Brugmansia)’ Category

Angel Trumpet Blooms All Summer Long

Angel trumpet (Brugmansia) is tropical plant native from Venezuela to Peru (USDA hardiness zones 7-b to 10). This beautiful shrub, sometimes grown in a tree form, attains heights of 6-10 feet. It is a member of the Solanaceae family (tomato, potato, petunia, nicotiana and other great garden plants). It is highly prized for its enormous fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers, some 10 […]

Awaken Overwintering Tropical Plants

If you live in USDA zones 6 and 7, early March is usually the proper time to re-awaken containers of tender tropicals stored in your garage or moved in to join your house plants last fall. Likely, they’ve already begun to sprout.  Specifically, angel trumpets (Brugmansia spp.), elephant ears (Colocasia spp. and Alocasia spp.), cannas […]