Brugmansia sanguinea (Ruiz & Pav.) D.Don, Brit. Fl. Gard. 6: t. 272 1834. (syn. Brugmansia aurea Harrison; Brugmansia bicolor Pers. [Illegitimate]; Brugmansia bicolor Lindl.; Brugmansia chlorantha auct.; Brugmansia lutea auct.; Datura rosei Saff.; Datura sanguinea Ruiz & Pav.; Datura sanguinea var. flava Dunal; Elisia mutabilis Milano);
Brugmansia sanguinea, the red Angel’s Trumpet, is a South American species of flowering plants that grow as shrubs or small trees.
Brugmansia sanguinea is a small tree reaching up to 10 m (33 ft) in height. The nodding, tube-shaped flowers come in colors of brilliant red, yellow, orange, or green.
They are endemic to the Andes mountains from Colombia to northern Chile at elevations from 2,000 to 3,000 m (6,600 to 9,800 ft).
(From Wikipedia on 15.8.13)
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Please find attached Brugmansia from Ooty Bot. Gardens, May 29, 2010. subsequent to interesting discussion on Brugmansia and Datura.
The plant in the attached photo is Brugmansia sanguinea, syn. Datura sanguinea, is also known as red angel’s trumpet, scarlet angel’s trumpet, scarlet brugmansia or scarlet datura.
This plant is native to South America, and more precisely to Peru.
This shrub can be up to 30 ft (6 m) tall. In colder climates, it will have more modest dimensions.
It mainly blooms in spring and in summer, but in very mild climates it can almost bloom all the year round.
Orange-red flowers are tubular and pendulous.
this plant can’t tolerate heat at all so found mainly in hilly areas in India.
Brugmansia sanguinea, native to high elevations in South America.
It performs much better in cooler (but still relatively frost-free) areas than it does in lowland tropics.
Brugmansia sanguinea ‘Inca Queen’ from California-GSJULY2016/05 : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Brugmansia sanguinea ‘Inca Queen’ , beautiful cultivar with long tubular orange red flowers with yellow ribs was photographed this week from Regan Nursery here in Fremont, California.
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