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General information related to the brugmansia family.

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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.

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The first time I ever saw the word NOID I had no-id-ea what it meant.  The term NOID is often used in conjunction with a Brugmansia plant or any plant that has no identification.  For example, it may be known that the plant is a Brugmansia and a close guess may even be made as to the species, but there is no name known.

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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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Brugmansia Suaveolens Inner Bloom Anatomy: Fused Anthers

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Brugmansia Inner Bloom Anatomy

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Brugmansia Outer Bloom Anatomy

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Bringing in a Brugmansia for Dormancy

The largest pot I ever use is 14"wide x 14" tall for my largest Brugs. That means my largest root balls are just under 7" wide from the stem to the edge so you can imagine how "pruned" they are once they are dug.
 

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Angel’s Trumpets versus Devil’s Trumpets by John Curran As the devil was once an angel, so too the common name Angel’s Trumpets was shared by Brug...

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Brugmansia versicolor by Delisa Harvey Brugmansia versicolor grows in the tropical regions of Ecuador and has the largest bloom of all species of Br...

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  Brugmansia suaveolens by Delisa Harvey This shrub or small tree (6-15 ft.) comes from southeast Brazil. Bearing smooth-textured or minu...

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“A mysterious, and elusive part of the Brugmansia species in which most true facts are unverified and not fully yet understood, as it does not appear...

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Brugmansia aurea by Delisa Harvey Brugmansia aurea comes from the Andes region in Columbia, Venezuela and Ecuador.  A small tree reaching to ...

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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]

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