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(Angel's Trumpet, Duchess Angel's Trumpet)

The peachy amber hues of this double flowered angel’s trumpet are subtle and lovely. In the right climate this hybrid Brugmansia can bloom in spurts all year round. This tropical shrub to small tree is a cross between smaller-flowered Brugmansia aurea and the large-flowered B. versicolor.

The woody plant has coarsely toothed medium green leaves with wavy edges. When conditions are favorable it produces huge downward hanging trumpet-shaped flowers that are doubled...

(Angel's Trumpet)

Beautiful and vigorous, this angel’s trumpet is a highly attractive tropical evergreen shrub to small tree. Throughout the season it produces huge, pendulous, trumpet-shaped blooms that are creamy orange or yellow. These are fragrant, attract moths and contrast nicely with its large medium green leaves.

Heat and sun-loving, angel’s trumpet grows best in rich soil with good drainage and requires regular watering. It grows well in containers, and looks super in foundation plantings of mixed borders....

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James H. Schutte

(Angel's Trumpet, Brugmansia, Charles Grimaldi Brugmansia)

Vigorous and lovely, 'Charles Grimaldi' is best known for its huge, showy orange flowers. This hybrid angel's trumpet is a highly attractive tropical evergreen shrub to small tree. Throughout the season it produces pendulous, creamy orange, trumpet-shaped blooms that have wide open mouths that curve back. These are particularly fragrant, attract moths and contrast nicely with its large medium green leaves.

Heat, humidity and sun-loving, angel’s trumpet grows best in rich soil with good drainage...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Angels' Trumpet, Variegated Angels' Trumpet)

Vigorous and lovely, 'Charles Grimaldi is best known for its huge dreamscicle orange flowers. This angel's trumpet is a highly attractive tropical evergreen shrub to small tree. Throughout the season it produces pendulous, creamy orange, trumpet-shaped blooms that have wide open mouths that curve back. These are particularly fragrant, attract moths and contrast nicely with its large medium green leaves.

Heat and sun-loving, angel’s trumpet grows best in rich soil with good drainage and requires...

Image of Brunfelsia americana photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Lady-of-the-night)

Producing hundreds of creamy white to beige flowers in the warm months, lady-of-the-night's floral fragrance is among the most delicious evening scents of the tropics. A slow growing, tall evergreen shrub, it is native to the eastern islands of the West Indies.

The glossy green to dark green leaves cover the brown branches of this upright large shrub, which can attain a somewhat spreading canopy with great time. Blooming anytime when warm, but mainly when nighttime temperatures are comfortably...

(Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

(Dwarf Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, Raintree, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

Image of Brunfelsia grandiflora photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Large-flowered Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

With a grandiose winter floral display of purple, lavender and white, the large-flowered yesterday-today-and-tomorrow becomes a large shrub in the subtropical and tropical garden. A rounded but spreading-canopied evergreen, it is from the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains from Colombia to Bolivia. The dark green leaves are quite long and oval and will turn yellow in very alkaline soils. In the cool season, clusters of impatiens-like blossom are revealed on the branch twigs, particularly fragrant...

Image of Brunfelsia pauciflora photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Raintree, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

This shrub is commonly called yesterday-today-and-tomorrow because its blooms open purple, fade to lavender and finally to white with all three colors occurring on the shrub. Its flat, pansy-like flowers are borne in clusters from spring into fall.

Though it tolerates full sun, this plant is native to the woodlands of Brazil and does best with dappled shade. Raintree needs moist, humusy soils that are slightly acidic. In neutral to alkaline soils or if planted near concrete, nutrient deficiencies...

(Dwarf Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, Raintree, Yesterday Today and Tomorrow)

This shrub is commonly called yesterday-today-and-tomorrow because its blooms open purple, fade to lavender and finally to white with all three colors occurring on the shrub. 'Floribunda Compacta' is a freely blooming smaller shrub. Its flat, pansy-like flowers are borne in clusters from spring into fall.

Though it tolerates full sun, this plant is native to the woodlands of Brazil and does best with dappled shade. Raintree needs moist, humusy soils that are slightly acidic. In neutral to alkaline...