Brugmansia


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Brugmansia

genus of the plant family Solanaceae. Contains shrubby species also known as Datura candida (angel's trumpet) and others in garden cultivation (D. sanguinea, D. suaveolens). Contain tropane alkaloids, neurotoxic hallucinogens.
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Brugmansia suaveolens (BS) and Cassia roxburghii (CR), belonging to the family of Solanaceae (Common Name: Angel trumpet.
Volatile compounds emitted from flowers and leaves of Brugmansia x Candida (Solanaceae).
There are also ravishing pale pink or apricot forms, usually available as Brugmansia x insiignis.
To propagate Brugmansia you can take short stem cuttings (100 mm or 4in) in mid to late summer from the tips of new non-flowering shoots but they will, almost certainly need a heated propagator to guarantee success.
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.
ADD a touch of glamour to the garden with a selection of exotic-looking Brugmansia Angel's Trumpets.
Composition of the Floral Essential Oil of Brugmansia suaveolens.
The first plant, Brugmansia, exists in the western Amazon and is found in wet highlands above 6,000 ft.
Tomatillo 2 140 0 0 Physalis Strawberry pubescens L tomato 2 120 0 0 Tribe Daturae Genus Brugmansia Brugmansia sanguinea Red (Ruiz & Pav.
Wait to prune frost-damaged plants Zones 7-9, 14-17: If tender plants such as bougainvillea, brugmansia, citrus, and hibiscus have been hurt by winter freezes, don't prune out damaged growth for at least another month.
This plant, formerly datura but now named brugmansia, comes from the Americas.
This plant, datura or brugmansia, can reach two metres (6ft) in height and width in a container but can be pruned after flowering or in spring - this promotes new growth.