Many people assume that growing a brugmansia plant can only be accomplished in warm, tropical climates. While half true, you can learn how to grow brugmansias in nearly any climate with the following brugmansia care information. Learn how to grow them in containers or out in the garden, and find out more about handling unforeseen issues that might pop up.
How cold can Brugmansias get and still survive? The United States Department of Agriculture sets Brugmansia cold hardiness in zones 8 to 11. Learn more about the cold tolerance of Brugmansia plants in this article.
Growing brugmansia in ground works well in United States Department of Agriculture zones 9 to 12. Try a brugmansia in the garden for show-stopping color and dynamic proportions. This article will help get you started.
Brugmansia is a distinctive plant with big leaves and huge, drooping, trumpet-shaped blooms as long as your foot. This flashy tropical plant is surprisingly easy to grow, but it helps to know exactly how to water brugmansias. Click here for more.
Also known as angel trumpet or simply ?brug,? brugmansia is a shrubby plant with masses of impressive, trumpet-shaped flowers. While little care is required, pests and diseases may compromise the health and longevity of the plant. Learn more here.
It?s never fun to watch a beloved plant fall ill to an unknown disease. Find out more about common brugmansia diseases so you?ll be armed and ready should your plant begin to have problems. This article will help.
If there ever was a flower you just had to grow, brugmansia is it. The plant produces a season long display of trumpet-shaped blooms. Knowing how to fertilize brugmansias will enhance and extend these brilliantly colored flowers. Click here to learn more.
Brugmansia plants make attractive specimen plantings. But, in order to keep them looking their best, trimming brugmansia may be necessary. Knowing how to prune brugmansia is important, and this article will help.
While most types of brugmansia can thrive outdoors in warm climates, they need to be protected from freezing temps when growing brugmansia in cold climates. Follow the tips here for over-wintering brugmansia.
Brugmansia is not only easy to grow but propagating brugmansia is easy too. There are three methods of brugmansia propagation - by seeds, cuttings, and air layering. Find the method that works best for you here.
Raising brugmansia, like raising children, can be a rewarding yet frustrating job. If it seems your brugmansia is failing to bloom as it should, read here to find out what might be the problem and how to fix it.
Many people look at brugmansias and assume that they can only be grown in tropical climates. While it is true that brugmansias are tropical trees, they can be easily grown in containers. Learn more about this here.