Brugmansia, angel trumpet, species, description and photos

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Frucht B.versicolorFrucht B.versicolor

B. versicolor originates from the tropical regions of Ecuador. It is the most sensitive Brugmansia in this group. Due to its tropical habitat, it requires somewhat higher ambient temperatures. Even in winter the temperature should not fall below 15°C. B. versicolor has the longest flowers of all angel trumpets. 50 cm and more are not uncommon. Versicolor flowers always hang vertically. The predominant colours are white and apricot, less frequently pink.

While most Brugmansias have more or fewer flowers, B. versicolor flowers in batches. It gives the impression that the plant consists only of flowers. After 3-4 weeks of flowering, a period without flowers follows which can last for around 6-8 weeks. This is followed by the next flowering period. If the weather and temperature conditions are favourable, there will be several flowering spurts per year.

Their fruits are very long and spindly. A length of 45cm is not unusual.

Blüten B.versicolor

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