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Brugmansia versicolor 'Ecuador Pink' - Ecuador Pink Angel's Trumpet

Brugmansia versicolor 'Ecuador Pink'  - Ecuador Pink Angel's Trumpet  (Brugmansia versicolor 'Ecuador Pink'  - Ecuador Pink Angel's Trumpet)

My Angel's Trumpets went through the storms with no problems whatsoever. It didn't loose one you can see. : > )
Photo taken Jan. 24, 2010.

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Wow! must be a very sheltered location. At least you have some beautiful flowers left to look at! :o))

28 Jan, 2010



This is not a protected area at's between my neighbor's house and mine and the storm winds funnel through the houses.

28 Jan, 2010


its amazing what does and doesnt survive our extreems of weather.....always amazes me..

28 Jan, 2010



Angel's Trumpets are considered very tough shrubs here. It takes a lot of wind to blow them down. Actually, I've never seen one blow down.

28 Jan, 2010


i've seen them in bloom in october outside leves by then but still loads of flowers..

28 Jan, 2010


absolutely fantastic.

28 Jan, 2010



Do the leaves blow off by then? or are they going dormant?
Do they freeze to the ground?

Angel's Trumpet usually bloom best from fall - early spring here. Summer is usually too hot for most varieties to bloom...except along the immediate coast.

28 Jan, 2010



Thanks! : > )

28 Jan, 2010


they go to sleep here from fall to spring unless they are in a heated greenhouse. i used to have them. they would start to grow in april flower from june till october and the die back to wood again..i grew them for my nieces wedding...two big plants covered in flowers outside the church. mad transporting them though..

28 Jan, 2010


Wow that still looks amazing Andy.....

28 Jan, 2010



I know some species/varieties are very tender to frost...some are much more hardy. We grow so many varieties and species here...they're so difficult to identify.


Yes, it looks good and all my many other Angel's Trumpet plants are blooming or starting to bloom. I'm going to be posting a photo of the large yellow Angel's Trumpet next to the Bontanical Building in Balboa Park has many hundreds of flowers.

29 Jan, 2010

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