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Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’

Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ is also known as Angel’s Trumpet ‘Grand Marnier’, Brugmansia insignia ‘Grand Marnier’, Datura versicolor ‘Grand Marnier’, Brugmansia ‘Grand Marnier’, Brugmansia aurea ‘Grand Marnier’, Brugmansia versicolor ‘Grand Marnier’, Brugmansia versicolor ‘Versicolor Grand Marnier’.

Brugmansia x candida 'Grand Marnier'
Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’

It is part of the Solanaceae family of plants. Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ is a hybrid. It is a cross between the Brugmansia aurea and Brugmansia versicolor. Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ grows to 10ft or 3m tall. Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ is an evergreen shrub or small tree. It has large elliptic leaves.

Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ flowers are large trumpet-shaped. They are pendulous hanging from the branches. They are light peach-colored. They are about 30cm or 12in long. The flowers are fragrant in the evening or nighttime. Grow Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in moist, fertile but well-drained soil. It flowers in spring. In mild climates flowering continues into autumn. This plant is for frost-free climates.

Brugmansia x candida 'Grand Marnier'
Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’

Propagate Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’ by seed or semi-hardwood cuttings. It is generally disease-free. Watch out for red spider mite, whitefly, thrips, and mealybugs. All parts of this plant are highly toxic. Brugmansia plants contain scopolamine, hyoscyamine, and tropane alkaloids. These substances can cause anticholinergic toxidrome and delirium.

Brugmansia x candida 'Grand Marnier'
Brugmansia x candida ‘Grand Marnier’

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