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Anyone recognize this Brug?

Posted by cynthianovak 7/8 TX (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 18, 13 at 1:49

Hi all this is my favorite brug but I have no idea who she is.
Any ideas? carrie?????


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RE: Anyone recognize this Brug?

It is impossible to identify a brug from a pic, Cynthia.....that is why my cuttings are always labeled if they have names and marked as "noids" if I don't know what they are. I do this, not because a name would make the brug any different, but out of respect for the hybridizer. That is a beautiful brug, and several come to mind as to what it MAY be, but it won't make it any more or less beautiful. One of my favorites is a noid white and I enjoy it so much, even without a name...............LOL>


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Thanks Carrie! A NOID it is. That's a good enough name for me. I got it from someone who had grown them for growers but stopped. Gave them away and I was a lucky and diligent recipient turned steward of this gorgeous diva. c


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Yes, Cynthia, just enjoy her for her beauty ........that is what I do, and it works for me !!!


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I have one just like yours but when I got mine it was labeled"Versicolor" mine starts white then as the flower opens it changes to the light pink you have, I really love mine!! now I wouldn't mind getting some dble blooming brugmansias I am going to have to look and see. Marcie


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That is not the name of the brug, Marcie, it is the kind of brug it is.


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My Dr Suesse pouted all summer but is blooming like a maniac now.


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Love that color!


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If I were limited to ONE brug, it would be Dr. Seuss.


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Angel's Trumpet, so beautiful! My daughter had them in her garden in San Diego. I've seen them 15' tall and about as wide back there.

Here is a link that might be useful: more pics.....


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