Solanaceae, Brugmansia vulcanicola, Vulcan Angel’s Trumpet

Brugmansia vulcanicola is one of the less common species in this genus. Native to the subtropical highlands of S. America. Click photos to enlarge.

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Brugmansia vulcanicola leaf

Brugmansia vulcanicola flower

Brugmansia vulcanicola flower profile

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  1. All of the bruggies are beautiful. We have a lot of them growing here. They tend to die down a bit over our winters but come back magnificently in the spring. Great survivalists :)

    1. I have a inexplicable fondness for all members of this genus. I have three Methysticodendron amesianum (B. aurea ‘culebra’) growing now. Its a very interesting one with a fascinating ethnobotanical history.

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