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Angel’s Trumpet ‘Red Dancer’ (Brugmansia hybrid)

Angel’s Trumpet ‘Red Dancer’ (Brugmansia hybrid)

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4" Pot Size
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Angel’s Trumpet ‘Red Dancer’ (Brugmansia hybrid)
‘Red Dancer’ is a new Logee’s exclusive brugmansia with gorgeous orangey-red flowers highlighted by golden stripes that add a colorful accent to each bloom. Flowers age to a beautiful purple-maroon color. The long fluted floral trumpets curl upward and have short showy tails. Blossoms pendulate off the upright stems giving the appearance of flowers dancing. ‘Red Dancer’ has excellent vigor and does better than its sanguinea parent under mid-summer heat. This rare and exclusive Angel’s Trumpet was hybridized in the UK by Hurstwood Brugmansias. Supplies are limited. Order early.
Hardiness Zone 8
Bloom Season Intermittent
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 4-6'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
  1. Outstanding shipping and plant condition Review by Jan1
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    This plant arrived early November in a 4" pot and was about 12 inches tall. Followed the directions, watched their video and potted it into a gallon pot and placed it in a cool (50-65 degree) sunny window where it's going bonkers. 2 1/2 months later it is over 25 inches tall has one 3 inch bud with many more forming on new lower branches. It is ready for a larger pot.. Was somewhat (but not very) disappointed it may not be fragrant, but I bought it for the hummingbirds. I live in the cool NW and think it may be able to survive our winters outdoors with some protection. Thank you Logee's. (Posted on 1/17/2018)