Angel’s Trumpet is a lush exotic beauty. Masses of snow white blossoms cover the huge plants from spring till frost, perfuming the night air with their exotic fragrance. Blooms are a foot long and dozens appear at a time. These are magnificent showpieces, they give any garden a tropical look, and they’re easy to grow.
Brugmansias thrive in rich, most soil with full sun or dappled shade. Perennial in warm zones 9-11, they’ll grow 10′ tall and wide in the ground, a bit smaller in a container. They’re happily in a pot in any climate, can be cut back in fall, overwintered indoors, and will come back quickly from cuttings to bloom again by midsummer.
Soak the corky covers off the seeds, then plant in rich warm soil and barely cover with fine soil. These seeds need light to germinate. They can take 2 to 6 weeks to sprout, but can bloom for you the first year.
This plant just need one thing: water especially in summertimes. You can put it in your basement for overwintering and cut back the plant in autumn.