Same plant as Spring picture, but in August, with more heat and sun, the plant has lighter green leaves and the flowers open and stay a paler pink, instead of opening white and then turning a darker pink the second day as in the Spring. Zone 8b, Northcentral Florida.
Equador Pink is one of the lovliest brugmansias. Flowers open light to light pink.. to an even deeper darker pink than this photo shows.
Ecuador Pink in the green house.
Ecuador Pink showing white colored first day flower and second day flower turned dark pink. I bought this plant labeled "pink" and was disappointed when the first flower to bloom was white, but delighted to go out the second day and find the flower turned this dark pink. Spring, Northcentral Florida, zone 8b.
One of 14 flowers blooming at one time.
The color of the flower is a beautiful, delicate pink. This picture was taken by my son.
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An Ecuador Pink Brugmansia that has grown to over 7 feet tall from a cutting within one year.
Ecuador Pink at night in December
Photo taken July 2006
Brugmansia versicolor "Equador Pink" in bloom, St. Pete, FL
Close-up of Brugmansia versicolor "Equador Pink" in bloom, St. Pete, FL
My Equador pink brug.
This is the deepest pink brug I've ever seen. I think it's Ecuador Pink. Any comments?
1st day: Versicolor species are pale cream on their first day open.
3rd day: The same bloom has developed most of its color.
Rich pink after 5 days, on a foggy morn. The blooms in the background with a more reflexed corolla are 1-2 days older.