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Central Midwest Gardening: Brugmansia Plants - for pick up

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crystalnurse
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

September 25, 2006
10:53 PM

Post #2758651

Hi
I have a bunch of Brugmansia Plants out in the yard. I just can't take all of these inside for the winter. If you have a greenhouse or a basement (dormancy) with room, let me know and they are yours. Most are pinks. I've cut them back, so they look a lot like sticks with roots - but they will sprout leaves quickly inside. Or just repot to let go dormant in the basement. Dmail if interested.

I am in St. Louis - west county area. Hwy 270 and Page Ave (364)

Crystal
bigcityal
Menasha, WI
(Zone 5a)

September 27, 2006
2:57 AM

Post #2762120

Hi Crystal - hey mine has bloomed great - Thank You!

slowing down now with cooler nights.

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crystalnurse
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

September 27, 2006
3:00 AM

Post #2762129

Wow!!! Very pretty!!!!
leaflady
Hughesville, MO
(Zone 5a)

September 28, 2006
1:35 AM

Post #2765000

Crystal, would you consider mailing me some seeds for SASE? I only have whites but would love the get some different colors. I no longer bring Brugs inside for the winter. They do fine as annuals for us and just let the seeds fall to the ground. They sprout well in the spring.
crystalnurse
Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

September 28, 2006
1:56 AM

Post #2765066

Hi leaflady,
For some reason, I never got any seeds off of any of the Brugs that I grew. I don't know what I did wrong. If I had some, I would definately send them to you.

Crystal
MaryinLa
Marshfield, MO
(Zone 6a)

October 9, 2006
10:30 PM

Post #2801352

Brugmansia are self sterile and require cross pollination between 2 different cultivars to get seed pods.

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