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tinaaune

Florist/greenhouse for 18 Years, gardener and plant fanatic since birth! Zone3/4

Brugmansia

  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2021
  • Like Count 24
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tinaaune

Getting lots of blooms now #brugmansia

16w
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gjones

Beautiful big flowers💛💛

16w
  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2021
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tinaaune

I honestly didn't think I'd see these open but guess what Kristin @txgardener and they smell amaaaazing! I wasn't sure what color they would be, I love them💛💛💛

20w
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txgardener

Oh how pretty Tina. Its crazy but every season the blooms are slightly different in color. Some are an ombre yellow other seasons they look more orange. U will see what i mean. Thanks for posting i enjoyed ur updated pics. 😍

20w
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sushiwaitress

Exquisite!

20w
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ShelleySnyder

Wow! This is a real beauty tina!💘😍

20w
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tinaaune

Thanks Ruth &SHELLEY a gift from a swap with Kristin (txgardener) @ShelleySnyder @sushiwaitress

19w
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hkyfvr

Beautiful 💛💛

19w
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lifeonaroofterrace

Very impressive flowers 💐

19w
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sushiwaitress

Such buttery honey goodness

19w
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ShelleySnyder

Very welcome Tina!💘😍

19w
  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2021
  • Like Count 27
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tinaaune

Hey Kristin I'm excited to show u this!! Look buds, now the question is will they develop before frost? Probably not but I'm still excited about all the healthy growth they've put on this season. Thanks again🤗 @txgardener #brugmansia #angeltrumpet #plantswap

22w
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gjones

Looking good! I imagine you have it growing in a pot so you can bring it indoors.

22w
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tinaaune

Yes I have three very large pots so I'm contemplating just bringing in cuttings or all the pots, was Trying to reduce my workload when it comes to overwintering but u know how that usually goes @gjones

21w
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txgardener

Oh Wow Tina! They look fantastic. So glad they produced flowers for u this year. I have mine in the ground. I usually cut mine back b4 winter. Taking cuttings as well. Makes it easier to wrap the base with blankets if we have freezing temps.

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