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Last season I ramped up my brugmansia hybridizing efforts using brugmansias with mutant and deeply serrated foliage.  The results of those...

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After a nearly five year hiatus, Fred's Garden Blog is back! Now you can enjoy and experience the gardening exploits and adventures of Fred in his quest to hybridize brugmansia and keep his jungle and nursery under control.

Sommer Gardens / Thursday, November 15, 2012 / Categories: Brugmansia Seedlings, Brugmansia, Seedlings

A gem of an Angel Trumpet with mini blooms

Here's another Angel Trumpet seedling from a cross I made between Brugmansia 'Axelrose' x 'Marbach' that merits watching.

axelrosexmarbach1.jpgBesides the rich orange color, it is the size of the blooms that make this seedling stand out.  The bloom face averages about two inches wide, and the length is about four inches long.

axelrosexmarbach1-2.jpgThe seedling is a very prolific bloomer and I do not think it has been without blooms since it first started blooming two months ago.

axelrosexmarbach1-3.jpgAs you can see in the photo above, this seedling is being used in my hybridizing program this fall.  The majority of the early crosses I made are with other small flowered cultivars and seedlings.  Once I know which crosses take I plan to expand the selection of crosses out to other cultivars I would like to see smaller blooms in.   I'm also hoping the apparent ever-blooming traits continue on and can be transferred to future generations.




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