Apricot Brugmansia in full flight

Posted: January 18, 2016 by Mo Crow in gardening, It's Crow Time

BrugmansiaThe apricot Brugmansia is in full flight after the good rain we had last week
Brugmansia-in-full-flightwe planted a cutting 7 years ago and it’s tall!
gardenwe had to cut the Banksia integrifolia back as it was leaning on the gutter, it had just started screening our upstairs bedroom window from the view across the back lane but we still have their back door framed perfectly!

  1. Small pangs of envy now drifting across the Tasman . . . a sort of soft green mist that should reach you toward the end of the week if the wind changes to something more favourable.

  2. margaret johnson says:

    Absolutely glorious Mo, do they have perfume? In the envy dept. I’m envious of all the rain you have had, bone dry this year in Vic. The Corellas have eaten all apples pears apricots almonds and plums. Vegie garden a wipeout. All in the same boat around here.
    BTW did you and Rod like the beads? ox

  3. Christina says:

    Wow! So beautiful. Would I be able to grow this, Mo?

  4. Liz says:

    My favorite colors!

  5. Stephanie says:

    I love Brugmansia and this apricot color is exquisite. I’m afraid we may have lost ours due to a surprise hard frost (extreme Northern California coast). Ours is a darker shade of coral. We’ll see what happens. Yours is just lovely and so big!

  6. Julie Banks says:

    Beautiful Brugmansia, love the colour and perfume!

  7. jude says:

    what a contrast to here…

  8. fiona says:

    What a stunner Mo!

  9. handstories says:

    It’s another world over there! So pretty, how big is a blossom?

  10. Carol says:

    Glorious, Mo! Pure magic!

  11. fiberels says:

    A MA ZING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. deemallon says:

    such an extravagantly beautiful plant!

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