Growing and Caring for Angel's Trumpets

Angel's trumpet (Datura inoxia), also known as burr, is a perennial flower native to warm climates. In cooler climates, it is often grown as an annual. The plant has a small, bushy appearance, growing wider than it is tall. It has dark green, oval leaves that can reach up to 8 inches in length and are smooth in texture.

And it blooms sporadically with fragrant, upturned, trumpet-shaped flowers in summer and fall that can grow up to 7 inches long and 4 inches at the widest.

The plant is closely related to the genus Brugmansia, which also features trumpet-shaped flowers and uses the common name angel's trumpet. However, Brugmansia flowers are generally larger and last longer than Datura flowers.

Angel trumpet should be planted in the spring after the danger of frost has passed and the soil is warm. The plant has a very fast growth rate. In this video, you will learn more about angel trumpets and how to care for them properly!

We hope you enjoy this video about caring for Angel's Trumpets Plants:

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