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Brugmansia 'Peach' - Peach Colored Angel's Trumpet

Brugmansia 'Peach' - Peach Colored Angel's Trumpet (Brugmansia 'Peach' - Peach Colored Angel's Trumpet)

This very large, tall peach-colored Angel's Trumpet is growing in San Diego, CA. Plants to the right are: Papayas, and Avocado tree. Photo taken June 7, 2010.

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That is amazing!!!!!
That must be what, eight metres? That means that the blooms are pretty huge too.
Thanks for this photo.

9 Jun, 2010



Yes, it's about 25 feet / 7.6 meters tall. The trunk is very thick also...maybe 10+ inches/ 25+cm in diameter.

We're having the coolest spring ever recorded in many California cities this year...Angel's Trumpets love cooler temps...and they bloom really well in this cooler weather. We haven't had temps this spring more than 95 degrees F / 35 degrees C....this is very unusual for inland San Diego.

9 Jun, 2010


What a fantastic display ...:o))))

11 Jun, 2010



Many of the Angel's trumpets shrubs are blooming so beautifully in our cooler than normal spring weather.

13 Jun, 2010


I know what you mean that long hot summer ,after the long cold winter , that we deserve, doesn't seam to be happening....... :o((((

13 Jun, 2010



I do hope you get some hot weather you deserve!

Today, it was 80 degrees F/ 27 degrees C. still a little below normal...however, it feels good. The rest of the week it's finally going to be warm maybe up to 88 degrees F. / 31 degrees C. by Tuesday or Wednesday.

13 Jun, 2010


20 degrees here in Wales today..very nice thank you.....
that is just an amazing plant.....thanks for the pic...

15 Jun, 2010



Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed the pic! : > )

20 degrees C. / 68 degrees F. is our normal average high for January. lol. : > )
It's very good gardening weather though.

15 Jun, 2010



Thanks! I think when Angel's Trumps get old...they tend to be naturally shaped like an umbrella.

17 Jun, 2010


My goodness this is stunning what a size Andy thanks for showing me.

12 Apr, 2011


I thought you might like this photo. :>)

12 Apr, 2011


I certainly do I love it oh to have one here but the frost would kill them.

12 Apr, 2011



Yes, they're native to the highland tropics...they tolerate cool temps but not cold or frost without major damage or death.

12 Apr, 2011


wow! Is that trained to single trunk? I might try that..the multitrunk thing can be a mess..but i thought the trunks were short let them sucker.

3 Oct, 2014


No the trunks are not short-lived. After they bloom they should be cut back a bit.

4 Oct, 2014

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