Angle Trumpets are one of nature's most breathtaking plants. The show stopping hanging trumpet shaped flowers of Angle Trumpet make this a delight for any garden. Angle Trumpet is so named because it produces large, trumpet-shaped flowers that hang from the branches and bloom in arrange of colors from yellow, white, pink, apricot in single are double flowers. Angle Trumpets bloom from spring until fall and can have dozens, even hundreds of blossoms at once. Brugmansia has genus of 7 species. Brugmanzia is a tropical bush native to South America that can reach 15 to 30 feet in height and 6 to 12 feet in width. Leaves are 6-8" long and 4 -14" across at the opening. The flowers are extremely fragrant and are strongest in the evenings. Angle Trumpet is very attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. Angel Trumpets can bloom repeatedly year round when protected from frost. Larger types can be used as a temporary hedge. Angle Trumpets thrive in bright sunlight. Grow the plant in full sun to part shade in hotter part of the day. Angle Trumpet will wilt in full hot sun, but will recover. Angle Trumpets are a very thirsty plant. It needs to be watered well and often. Young plants need to be fertilized weekly and older plants needs to be fertilized 3 to 4 times a week. Angle Trumpets prefers an acidic soil. Angle Trumpet is an excellent container plant that makes an impressive display for your deck or patio.