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|Brugmansia or Angel’s Trumpet is beautiful plant that can be grown outdoors
in warm climates or in pots and brought indoors in colder climates. They have a
luscious tropical appearance because of the large leaves. The Flower is a large
trumpet shape that is available in many colors. But the best feature of this
lovely bush is the heavenly scent that is released only at night.
Links to Brugmansias and Daturas (Daturas are often confused with Brugmansias because of similar flowers.)
http://www.b-and-t-world-seeds.com/Angel.htmhttp://www.erowid.org/plants/brugmansia/brugmansia.shtml http://www.seedman.com/datura.htm http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/consumer/poison/Brugmsp.htm Species List for Family: Solanaceae
http://www.americanbrugmansia-daturasociety.org/ The American Brugmansia &
Datura Society - Our Purpose:To bring together both professional and amateur
collectors, home gardeners, growers and hybridizers, from all parts of the
world,whose common bond is their love for Brugmansia and Datura.
http://www.brugmansias.org/ We are a small group dedicated to all things Brugmansia. Some might think that we are the homepage for Brugs Anonymous.
http://www.a1b2c3.com/drugs/var006.htm A detailed description of the use of toxic Brugmansia as a drug in traditional cultures.
La trompette de la mort ! Les énormes fleurs en trompettes du Brugmansia et du Datura stramonium sont magnifiques jusqu'au gel.
A lovely gallery of Brugmansia blooms.
Las especies del género Brugmansia cultivadas en
An article on two boys poisoned by eating Brugmansia. Always be cautious of plants you don't know before trying.
Thank you for stopping by, check out the photo gallery before you leave. Order rooted cuttings from Bonnie Vaughn
Geniet-van-de-tuin = enjoy the (your) garden !! This devotee of Brugmansia presents garden pictures and advise on wintering Brugmansia in Belgium.
In many areas of South America various Brugmansia species are cultivated and used in much the same way as Datura species are elsewhere. To this day the ground seeds are mixed into the Chicha, the sacramental corn beer (Zea mays) found everywhere on that continent. The combination of Datura seeds and
alcoholic drinks appears to be a global phenomena.