Sweet fragrance and freeness of bloom make ‘Blushing Ballerina’ a desirable new brugmansia hybrid. The narrow, tubular flowers flare at the bottom resembling the flight of a ballerina leaping into the air. The pinkish-lilac blossoms deepen in color during cool weather. The narrow 8” flower size comes from the sanguinea parent while it boasts the fanciful tails and intense nighttime fragrance of the Arborea cross. This rare and exclusive brugmansia was hybridized in the UK by Hurstwood Brugmansias.
|Hardiness Zone||8, 9, 10|
|Bloom Season||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||40|
Outstanding! Review by Rich
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Blushing Ballerina is the first "cold group" brugmansia that has truly thrived for me in eastern Connecticut. In my collection since 2015, it has proven to be a vigorous plant that blooms freely in spring and fall. Cut back, while under lights in the basement for the winter, it regrows and continues to flower. An outstanding hybrid. Thank you Logees for making this Alan Hurstwood cross available. (Posted on 2/8/2017)