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Brugmansia versicolor?

Posted by Rubby 6b (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 10, 14 at 11:21

I have been wondering what type of Brugmansia I have. Any idea what I can look for? The bloom is rather large. Starts out white, goes to a peachy color, then to a salmon color. See pic. I read somewhere the versicolor changes colors?

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RE: Brugmansia versicolor?

That is a lovely plant. I have the same and love it. Can't
get to the tag at the moment:):) It grew very tall for me last

RE: Brugmansia versicolor?

I have one that looks similar and it is called Versicolor Peach. With all the hybrids out there and look alikes etc. we usually just consider anything with a lost tag to be a NOID (no ID). It is pretty.

RE: Brugmansia versicolor?

That's sounds like it. I try to keep those tags straight...
somehow, they seem to get misplaced. I really enjoyed
that plant by the kitchen door last year. Hopefully, I
can plant it in the ground come spring.


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