Angel’s trumpet

Angel's trumpet

Light:

Part Sun,
Sun

Type:

Annual,
Shrub

Height:

From 3 to 20 feet

Width:

5-8 feet wide

Flower Color:

Orange,
Pink,
White

Foliage Color:

Chartreuse/Gold

Seasonal Features:

Fall Bloom,
Spring Bloom,
Summer Bloom

Problem Solvers:

Deer Resistant

Special Features:

Attracts Birds,
Fragrance,
Good for Containers,
Low Maintenance

Zones:

9-11

how to grow Angel’s trumpet

Propagation

Seed

Stem Cuttings

garden plans for Angel’s trumpet

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Common angel's trumpet

Common angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia arborea is an open treelike plant with 6-inch-long trumpet-shape white flowers with a delicate scent. It grows 6-12 feet tall.

'Charles Grimaldi' angel's trumpet

‘Charles Grimaldi’ angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia ‘Charles Grimaldi’, a very large and vigorous cultivar, has 12-inch-long orange-yellow flowers that are fragrant at night. It flowers in summer and fall. ‘Charles Grimaldi’ grows 12 feet tall and 12 feet wide.

'Double White' angel's trumpet

‘Double White’ angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia ‘Double White’ is a hybrid with pure-white double blooms. The plant is intermediate in height between common angel’s trumpet and yellow angel’s trumpet.

'Grand Marnier' angel's trumpet

‘Grand Marnier’ angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia ‘Grand Marnier’ produces peachy pink flowers with strongest fragrance at night. Blooms may be nearly a foot long.

'Mango Crush' angel's trumpet

‘Mango Crush’ angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia ‘Mango Crush’ produces large, mango-peach pink flowers. Outdoors in the tropics it can grow 15 feet or more; in containers, it usually grows about 6 feet tall.

Yellow angel's trumpet

Yellow angel’s trumpet

Brugmansia aurea bears either yellow or white blooms up to 10 inches long. They are fragrant only at night. The plant blooms from summer into fall and can reach 20 feet tall.

plant Angel’s trumpet with

Celosia

Celosia

There are few flowers as showy as celosia. Whether you plant the plumed type, which produces striking upright spires, or the crested type, which has a fascinating twisted form, you’ll love using celosia in bouquets. The flowers are beautiful fresh, but you can also dry them easily. And they bloom in all the colors of a glowing sunset.Plant established seedlings in spring after all danger of frost has passed. Celosia likes rich, well-drained soil with moderate water. Spider mites can sometimes be a problem in hot, dry weather.Shown above: New Look celosia

Daylily

Daylily

Daylilies are so easy to grow you’ll often find them growing in ditches and fields, escapees from gardens. And yet they look so delicate, producing glorious trumpet-shape blooms in myriad colors. In fact, there are some 50,000 named hybrid cultivars in a range of flower sizes (the minis are very popular), forms, and plant heights. Some are fragrant.The flowers are borne on leafless stems. Although each bloom lasts but a single day, superior cultivars carry numerous buds on each scape so bloom time is long, especially if you deadhead daily. The strappy foliage may be evergreen or deciduous.Shown above: ‘Little Grapette’ daylily

Zinnia

Zinnia

Want fast color for just pennies? Plant zinnias! A packet of seeds will fill an area with gorgeous flowers in an amazing array of shapes and colors — even green! And it will happen in just weeks. There are dwarf types of zinnias, tall types, quill-leaf cactus types, spider types, multicolor, special seed blends for cutting, special blends for attracting butterflies, and more.Zinnias are so highly attractive to butterflies that you can count on having these fluttering guests dining in your garden every afternoon. But to attract the most, plant lots of tall, red or hot pink zinnias in a large patch. ‘Big Red’ is especially nice for this, and the flowers are outstanding, excellent for cutting. Zinnias grow quickly from seed sown right in the ground and do best in full sun with dry to well-drained soil.

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