At times Frosty Pink is loaded in blooms. Large bells open pale and change to deep pink as they age ..especially in winter. This one continues to bloom through winter in my cool glasshouse zone 6.
Another of my Frosty Pink. This plant is about 10' and loaded in hundreds of bells in bloom flushes. Colours are much deeper and a larger variety of shades in winter. This one continues to bloom through winter in my cool glasshouse zone 6.
This picture taken at night.
Found at the Rose Garden, Washington Park, Portland Oregon. The glasses are given as a size reference as I did not have a ruler with me.
Found at the Rose Garden, Washington Park, Portland, Oregon. This picture also shows a developing seed pod.
Frosty Pink Brugmansia - Hawkinsville GA
On day 1, they start creamy yellow then turn white, finally pink
On day 3, white trumpets turn pink.
There must be 400-500 flowers. Note that trumpets do not hang down in earlier stages.
The light pink will change to a deeper peach color as it ages.
"Shades of Frosty" - variety of color development on this great bloomer.
Baby plant in a 1-gallon pot
On cloudy days, the yellow buds turn nearly pure white then pink
From a 2 gallon pot 1 year ago
"Frosty Pink" grown in upstate SC Zone 7 - Photo by Rod Whitten
Frosty Pink has wavy leaf edges
This is a night shot of my Angel Trumpets.
Close up of trunks. This is one season's growth. It froze completely to the ground during a freeze in Jan 07, but resprouted and grew to over eight feet tall and about seven wide w/ multiple trunks.
One season's growth after freezing to the ground during a severe freeze (low 20s) in Jan07. Loaded with flowers Nov 07. z9b/10a CA
close up of blooms with a hybrid canna blooming behind it. Nov 07. z9b/10a CA
Defoliated at 29 degrees F. Dec 8, 2007. z9b CA
You can't ever have enough angel trumpets in the garden..
Pink Ladies together...
With some clouds
Acworth, GA two angel trumpets that grew to over 6 feet within one summer time!
flowers are two-toned when they open
Pink Angel Trumpet Plant
Brug. 'Frosty Pink': Great performance from a rooted cutting planted in June (less than 4 months)
San Francisco Botanical Garden