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Brugmansia – “Angel’s Trumpet”

Wintering Over “Angel’s Trumpets:” 
Get a jump on next year’s flowers by wintering over mature plants. These magical trumpet-shaped flowers will come back into flower faster than you think when given the right winter care. 

Basement Treatment 

• Prune enough to get inside. 

• Put in dark basement, farthest away from heater. Some light is okay.

• Let leaves fall off stems.

• Check plants every two-three weeks to make sure soil doesn’t get bone dry. Add a little moisture periodically. 

• In the springtime, once the danger of frost is gone, take them outside and place them in the potted garden or plant in the ground for the season.

• This is the time to prune and shape. If a tree form is desired, bring them down to a basic crown structure and let them grow out. 

Indoor Treatment – To keep your “Angel’s Trumpets” flowering year-round you must give them attentive care throughout the winter.

• Place in a sunny spot above freezing to 60°- 65°F.

• Grow in direct sunlight and allow them to continue to grow. 

• Give moderate amounts of fertilizer. 

• As day lengthens, more flowers will appear.

• Spray for insects.

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