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  Proper Soil Mix For Growing Brugmansia   One of the most important requirements for Brugmansia propagation and growth is a proper ...

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Plan Your Hybridizing Program   If you've been growing Brugmansia for a while and are visiting the various Brugmansia websites and forums, ...

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Here's a short video demonstrating the process for propagating Iochroma cuttings.    

Pollinating Iochroma

Pollinating Iochroma is like doing brain surgery. You need tools and a lot of patience. In their native habitat, Iochroma flowers are pollinated by hummingbirds, so consider that as you tackle this delicate task.

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How To Collect And Store Pollen   After you've studied the Brugmansia Family Tree and set up your cross-pollination filing system for organizin...

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Propagation Via Air Layering   If you've been a good parent to your Brugmansia plants, they've grown tall and have produced many flushes of bea...

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Latest Articles

Columbian Datura Virus by Fred
Creating a Lasagna Garden by Ruth Ann

Hate To Mow The lawn And Dig In Bad Soil?

If this describes you and you love growing Brugmansia, I have a solution for you called Lasagna Gardening. It certainly will reduce the effort you expend once you have it made and are using it.

Selecting a Breeding Program by RJ
Hybridizing tipsWinter time is a great time of the year when to get together a breeding program if you’re interested in taking the quantum leap to create something special and exciting.
To best decide if you’re ready for a hybridization program, here’s a few good pointers to consider:
Hybridizing Guidelines by ABADS

The number one problem in the Brugmansia community is the naming of seedlings before they have been properly evaluated. Please do not broadcast news of a new seedling to the public using a proper name and call it a working name. At the rate the Americans alone are hybridizing we face....  [more]