seeds of Brugmansia suaveolens white, Angels Trumpet
Brugmansia suaveolens-weiß, also called angels trumpet, is a plant species of the genus Brugmansia and the family Solanaceae. The plant’s synonyms include Datura suaveolens and Datura gardneri. Common names for the plant include angel’s trumpet and angel’s tears. The plant is native to South Eastern Brazil but has been declared extinct in the wild. Thus, the world population of Brugmansia suaveolens-weiß is the product of successful introduction into the wild. The shrub reaches a maximum height of 3 to 5 metres at maturity. The plant’s ovate leaves have a length of 25 cm and 15 cm. Flowers have a trumpet-shaped and droop downward. Each flower is bright white, fragrant and has a length of 24 to 32 cm. The cultivation of the plant is widespread all over Central and South America. The same phenomenon occurs in many residential areas in Mexico and USA. Many people in the Americas prize Brugmansia suaveolens-weiß for its ornamental effects that derive from its large bright flowers and rich foliage. Thus, the plant is a regular fixture of many gardens and beautified landscapes. The utility of the plant isn’t limited to its beauty given it can also serve as a hedge as often happens in Uganda. Tanzanians, on the other hand, rely on the plant to flavour their beer and tea. Brugmansia suaveolens-weiß is a highly noxious plant. All the plant’s parts are toxic when ingested, and one should, therefore, be wary of dishes that have it as one of the ingredients. Consuming the plant may have several effects on the body including hallucinations, paralysis, cycloplegia, and diarrhoea. Brugmansia suaveolens-weiß doesn’t have the resilience of hardy plants and would have a tough time growing under extreme weather conditions. The plant can only withstand cold up to 5˚C. Plant propagation involves using either leafy tip or wood cuttings.
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