Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Promise of Angel's Trumpets

Brugmansia buds are almost ready to open. I could not wait to make pics, so here are buds.




A closer look at Strobilanthes in the previous pic.

A view of the stick house over Persian Shield and through Magnolia.




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7 comments:

  1. I planted Angel Trumpet Seeds from Amazon and they seem to take a very long time to germinate. I love this plant. May not have luck this year. Love your blog.

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  2. I get the same excited feeling when I see those long buds on my angel trumpet appear. They are such stunning flowers. Enjoy them when they open.

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  3. I am a fan of this plant as well as the Datura (apart from its poisonous capabilities). The yellow is a lovely shade.

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  4. Oh, how beautiful they will be when their blooms open! And what a wonderful fragrance, too! I lost mine to a hard freeze one year, but I keep thinking I need to replace it.

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  5. Beautiful plants, and I like the stick gazebo too. Looks so peaceful in your garden.

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  6. The Persian Shields are so pretty. I love this foliage.We will be waiting for pictures of those gorgeous trumpet blooms.

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I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.



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