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Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
 Brugmansia sanguinea
Family: Solanaceae
Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Origin: South America
large shrub 5-10 ftsmall tree 10-20 ftfull sunsemi-shademoderate waterred/crimson/vinous flowersyellow/orange flowerspoisonous or toxicfragrantethnomedicalattracts butterflies, hummingbirdssubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timearticle availableincuded in CD catalog

High elevation species with striking red and yellow flowers that attract enthusiastic hummingbirds. Known extensively throughout South America for its medicinal virtues and ritually brewed with Trichocereous Pachanoi as one interpretation of Cimora. In Ecuador it is currently being cultivated for scopolamine. Easy to grow from seed. Distinguished from all others by the red flowers. Rare, cuttings are almost impossible to get. Prefers cool areas. Belonging to the Deadly Nightshade family, which also includes the tomato, Brugmansia comprises about 20 different species, nearly all of them poisonous. There are a number of cultivars, some with pink or yellow flowers. It's a showy landscape evergreen plant. The more sun, the more flowers. Can be pruned into a nice small accent tree. Put it where you can enjoy the fragrance at night. Blooms on and off all year. Easy to grow. Not fussy about soil or water. Likes lots of fertilizer.

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Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree

Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree
Brugmansia sanguinea, Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura, Eagle Tree


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   5025 Brugmansia sanguinea - Red Angels Trumpet
Rare variety of brugmansia from Equador. High elevation species with striking red and yellow flowers that attract enthusiastic hummingbirds. Known extensively throughout South America for its medicinal virtues. Distinguished from all others by the red flowers. Rare, cuttings are almost impossible to get. Prefers cool areas.
This is high altitude plant and it may not do well in hot humid climate

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   3234 Brugmansia sanguinea - seeds
Red Angels Trumpet, Red Datura. Very hard to find variety, fresh seeds are brought from Ecuador. High elevation species with striking red and yellow flowers that attract enthusiastic hummingbirds. Blooms on and off all year. Easy to grow. Not fussy about soil or water.
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