Brugmansia (AKA. Angel’s Trumpets) belongs to the Solanaceae family, also known as the nightshades. It produces big, beautiful flowers frequently throughout the summer and fall. Please note, every part of the plant is poisonous and is not edible. The Brugmansia comes in white, yellow, pink, double flowers, even white with variagated leaves.
Place this robust plant in a partly sunny/partly shaded spot, well protected from harsh winds. In the summer months with hot weather, the Brugmansia requires a lot of water. On extreme hot days, it may require to be watered twice. To keep the plant healthy, growing and green, give plant fertilizer at least once a week or more. If you transplant the Brugmansia in the ground, you will need to water immediately after transplanting. In the following few weeks it is necessary to water in dry or very hot weather. Eventually when the roots are well rooted into the garden soil, the Brugmansia is capable of taking care of its own water needs. No pruning is necessary, although it can be done throughout the year. The Brugmansia is not winter hardy.