in Ponce de Leon, Florida
Wedgwood Gardens grows Brugmansia and other tropicals in the Florida Panhandle.
Brugmansia is also called Angel Trumpet. Wedgwood Gardens offers brugmansia plants and cuttings for sale at specific times of the year. Please keep in mind that this is not a year-round or even full-time business.
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Sales are closed at this time.
Join our Mailing List for 24 hours advanced notice of future sales. If you’re looking for cuttings, and the store is not open, feel free to contact me on facebook at https://facebook.com/WedgwoodGardens I sometimes have cuttings available, but I don’t always open the website for those.
Brugmansia Cutting Extravanaza$175.00
Mix and Match$32.00
Angel’s Endless Summer$15.00
Dalen’s Pink Armour$10.00
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Brugmansia Cuttings Extravaganza $175.00
35 Brugmansia (Angel Trumpet) Plant Starts – one of each available
- Santa Rosa
- Georgia Peach
- Great Expectations
- Dolas Goldtrompete
- Fruit Salad
- Memphis Belle
- Angels Sunbeam
- Angel’s Goldface
- Sommer Dreams
- Angel’s Sunexplosion
- Angel’s Endless Summer
- Silky Ballerina
- Angel’s Exotic
Stem Cuttings – These are unrooted cutting for those who prefer to root their brugmansias themselves. Cutting will be woody, with lenticels, or “nubbies” for easy rooting. Cutting will be at least 3/4″ in diameter and at least 8 inches long.
What are Angel Trumpets?
Brugmansia, also known as Angel Trumpet is a genus of seven species of flowering plants in the family Solanaceae. That’s the same family as tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and chili peppers. Brugmansia are woody trees or shrubs, with large, pendulous flowers. They are all beautiful. Most are extremely fragrant.
Brugmansia is often confused with a close relative, Datura. Datura, or Devil’s Trumpet has herbaceous stems (not woody). I have often heard it said that you can tell the difference with this old saying: “Angel Trumpets blow DOWN from heaven. Devil Trumpets blow UP from hell.”
Like many common ornamental plants, all parts of Brugmansia can be toxic. All seven species of Brugmansia are listed as Extinct in the Wild by the IUCN Red List.