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Evergreen tree, medium size. This small tree likes damp costal swamps, but is also cultivated as ornamental for its long, hanging strands of pink or white flowers which are comprised in numerous filaments. Bunches of flower buds are hanging down from the branches, flowers with sweet fragrance bloom in the nights of June to August. Leaves are huge, up to 2 ft long and 4-5" wide, with toothed edge, very tropical looking. They are spiraled at the end of branches.
Small evergreen bushy tree with pendulous racemes of scarlet puffs. This tree requires a moist site and is not cold tolerant.
Brugmansia arborea are closely related to the Datura Candida, but grows much larger--up to 25 feet. Hence the common name - Tree Datura.
Covered with huge, hanging, trumpet-like flowers.
Brugmansia arborea is a very robust and somewhat drought tolerant variety. Green, velvety, trumpet-shaped leaves and beautiful creamy white fragrant flowers are produced continually.
Beautiful new variety with flowers changing color from white through yellow to peach, with very long trumpets. Hardy to zone 7, these plants are also easy to keep in large pots and bring into the house for the winter. However, they require regular, heavy feeding to consistently produce the showy, trumpet shaped, pendant flowers. Temperature and growing conditions can cause great variation in the size and color of the flowers. You may see different color flowers on the same plant as well. See Brugmansia Page