Angel Trumpets

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by Jennifer Brewer, Sep 11, 2005.

  1. Jennifer Brewer

    Jennifer Brewer Jennifer

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    these are tropicals with the blossoms hanging down, right?

    what are you interested in receiving?
     
  2. Jennifer Brewer

    Jennifer Brewer Jennifer

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    I've got daylilys, or mandevilla, or Rose of sharon, lilac, liriope, or some roses that I could take a cutting of, but the time for that is really in the spring. would the cuttings be rooted? oh and catmint
     

  3. marvella

    marvella Well-Known Member

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    it may well be possible to take cuttings from angel trumpet (aka datura), but the only way i know to reproduce them is by seed. they make a long seed pod.
     
  4. gean

    gean Member

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    I have the brugmansia angel trumpet that root easily in soil.I do have a small amount of lavender datura seed.