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Brugmansia - Angel's Trumpets

Brugmansia - Angel's Trumpets (Brugmansia - Angel's Trumpets)

This Angel's trumpets was in full bloom on Coronado Island, CA. Photo taken Oct. 16, 2013.

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Ooouuuu, I like the look of that. I just decided that's how I'm going to grow mine. I'm off to the garden later!

17 Oct, 2013


This is how they grow naturally.

18 Oct, 2013


Really??? Mine has five or six trunks (if you would call them). I want to keep just one.
It is just one trunk, isn't it?

21 Oct, 2013


Most of mine have one trunk. They will naturally have more than one trunk, though.

I do think this one has one trunk.

They can be trained to have one trunk. I think you want your Angel's Trumpet to grow like this one:

22 Oct, 2013


Lol....yes, like that one.

I'm going to the garden today with a saw. ;o)

22 Oct, 2013


You can plant the large cuttings in the ground. This is the perfect time to start them. I've started 8ft (2.5m) cuttings from my Angel's Trumpets in the past (many times).

22 Oct, 2013


Now you tell me....:o)......I left three trunks (they looked good together). The others are of no use now.

22 Oct, 2013


That's beautiful Andy....I am just getting my 1st bloom form on my pink one......

22 Oct, 2013



Large Angel's Trumpets cuttings grow so easily. I just stick them into the ground and give them lots of water.

23 Oct, 2013



That's terrific! You'll have to post photos of your Angel's Trumpet. :>)

23 Oct, 2013

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