They do look beautiful. I've had them before and I think it is time to have them once again! Great shots.
Wonderful photos! Makes me yearn for spring.
In Canada I see these at gov't. parks and each fall they are overwintered indoors as our winters are too harsh! I find them so exquisite to see up close! Such a big flower! I'm sure they would do well here in the Desert where I am wintering for a few months!
Oh Ewa how exquisite!!!
I love brugmanias. They are only grown as a annuals here and either tossed or overwintered. Don't they smell amazing! Where I grew up in Southern California there was a huge one that was located in a protected area that grew to over 25 feet (over 8 meters) tall. It was quite a sight on summer evenings lit from below with small spot lights. All the best, Bob
Absolutely gorgeous. Love those blooms.
I've seen these gorgeous flowers in exhibit gardens, but have never grown them myself. I didn't realize they were available in so many beautiful colors.I just read your post about flower shows shutting down. Fortunately, my best friend and I were able to see a fantastic flower show in Chicago this weekend. Looking at flowers on a computer screen is just not the same as seeing them in person!
I love Brugmansia!! I have a peach colored one, but that yellow is really striking!
Gorgeous photos of Brugmansia! Oh how lovely...
Beautiful flowers... thank you for sharing. I cannot grow them myself, but I really enjoy seeing them elsewhere! :-)
Stunning. I used to see what was probably Datura, not Brugmansia (both are called Angel Trumpets in English) when I was in California. Astonishing flowers, but I never knew before seeing your post that either came in other colors than white. The photographs are terrific.--Kate
I've never seen one of these in person, but the pictures and reports of the fabulous fragrance (and your very informative earlier article about how to root/overwinter them) make me inclined to try one of these this year! I'll tell anyone who asks that it was a 'gift' from my friend in Poland. . . . [grin!]
It is really wild that Brugmansiasare so appreciated in template/coldclimates.In Puerto Rico, nobody cares about them, perhaps consequence of thefools in charge of nurseries. It is never around.I on the other hand I prefer a wildrelative: Datura stramonium, the flowers come straight up. Greatarticle!
Antigonum Cajan,This plant is either loved or hated here. Not to much present in nurseries, rather people circulate it.I neved had one before, but after seeing one displayed in beautiful pots, I fell in love :)
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