Welcome to the Brugmansia Forum!

Long overdue, I suppose, we finally have a forum dedicated entirely to Brugmansias (and friends, like Daturas).

I suppose any ornamental Solanaceae is fair game here, but Brugs and Daturas will probably comprise over 99% of the discussion matter.



Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

Thanks Dave! Now can we pester you to move the Forum thread
Attention all Brugmansia growers over here?

And K' HT you might want to start a thread here for the contest!

LOL I don't even have my starts yet and I can't stay away from this thread!


Crestview, FL(Zone 7b)

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Northern Piedmont, NC(Zone 7b)

Thank you Dave!!! Yipeeee! A place for us Brug lovers!!


Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

Wow! I posted just before leaving for work and came home to find everything up and running!

I am thrilled to have a chance to help out with the contest awards and look forward to putting a winners name on each catagory.

If this becomes an annual event maybe my 1st efforts will be ready to enter in a year or two. In the meantime all you growers out there just keep adding info on our new forum and I will soon be up to date!

Petaluma, CA

Dave, thanks!
and, Zanymuse, I feel a little better about not having all my seed yet (though I've some just sprouted from rather old seeds of D.inoxia) if you don't have your starts yet!

North Vancouver, BC(Zone 8b)

Dave -- I love you!! I've been away and missed checking in. What a wonderful surprise! This will be my first stop.

Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

perLite, K'HT is sending me some starts from hers that should be arriving here in a few days. I know one is yellow and the rest is a suprise that I will have to get to bloom before I know what they are! I can't hardly stand it I am so excited about trying my hand at these lovely plants!
I see you are in Petaluma. I will honk at you next time we travel south on the way to Frisco!

Petaluma, CA

Zany, Hi there! I'm only a mile off the freeway, so if you honk the horn loud, I'll probably hear it!
Warning, all: 'Frosty Pink' outside the window here, already has a flower bud beginning on it.....
Unfortunately for me, the cucumber beetles have swiss cheese'd the foliage (actually they seem to like the cucumbers less than anything else out there!).
No problem. Soon the preying mantids will hatch. Or so I hope.

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