Brugmansia vulcanicola is one of the less common species in this genus. Native to the subtropical highlands of S. America. Click photos to enlarge. Click here for previous entries on the Brugmansia […]
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Leaves of a young B. sanguinea plant, grown from seed. I’ve also grown it from cuttings. Big woody / semi-woody cuttings are best. More on B. sanguina in previous post. […]
Originating in South America, with a range from Colombia to Chile, B. sanguinea can grow up to 16 ft, developing a very woody trunk. The red flowers do not emit […]
My double-flowered Brugmansia candida is in bloom, growing very well with limited direct light. Note in the photographs how the flower stays yellow until opening, at which point it turns […]
Native to Western South America, here are few photos of one of the Brugmansia aurea species, which I am growing in California. See related posts
Here is an interesting investigative documentary exploring some of the more disturbing and devious contemporary uses of Brugmansia alba “Borrachero”, in two parts: Part I Part II Here is a […]