BRUGMANSIA AUREA CULEBRA
Brugmansia aurea Culebra is a member of the Solanaceae family and is a native of Columbia.
The name “Handkerchief Brugmansia” is derived as follows, if you were to hold a handkerchief by its centre and allow it to fall it would represent the flower of this plant.
Culebra is one of the rarest, most sought after Brugmansia and has narrow deep green leaves. The flowers are totally different to other Brugmansia in that they have 5 separate petals 240mm long and 10 mm wide.
It was originally discovered in the Sibundoy valley of Columbia and was named “Methysticodendron amesianum”. It was later reclassified as Brugmansia. This Angels Trumpet due to its fascinating appearance is a must have in any plant collection.
Brugmansia generally like to be fed well, manure fertilisers have ingredients that they need and enjoy a drink.
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