I think they are pretty amazing, don't you?
Here it is, already into November when most flowers have
gone and everything is dropping into shriveled, crispy
piles around the southeast garden.
Then, after a rainy day, they 'trumpeted' loudly from
their spot above the low wall where they grew through
Spring and Summer, blooming some, but obviously waiting
quietly to display their last hurrah!
Don't forget, beauty often comes with warnings!
Read more HERE about angel trumpets (Brugmansia).
All parts of the plant are poisonous, so before
deciding to grow in your garden, if you have children or
pets, you need to consider this.
Soon I will be pruning this one back to the ground and
mulching heavily for Winter. Being semi-tropical it will
only over-Winter in this area if protected from freezing.
Late next Spring I hope to see new shoots appear as in many