Information about plants & gardens for Brisbane & Qld



Angel's Trumpets

Family: Solanaceae

Some species of Brugmansia were prevously classified in the genus Datura. Also commonly known as Angel's Trumpets. These plants are poisonous, so handle responsibly.

Where to buy Brugmansias


May include online suppliers. For the most up-to-date information on plants in stock, opening hours, prices etc, be sure to visit the seller's website or contact the business directly.


132 Silver Valley Road MS 415
Mount Garnet, Qld. 4872
Ph: (07) 4097 0065
illustration Sacred Garden Brugmansias are Australia's best range of Brugmansia (Angel's Trumpets), brought to you by this country's premier Brugmansia breeder.

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This section is intended for suppliers which might be considered Brugmansia specialists. If you operate such a nursery (including online and mail order nurseries) supplying the public in Qld, or if you promote or distribute these plants, click here: Information for advertisers.

Brugmansias in the Landscape

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Other Information Online

The following are for general information, research and ideas - some species or cultivars referred to in links may be unavailable in Australia or unsuitable for Queensland conditions
The following links are for general information - some species or cultivars may be unavailable in Australia
Brugmansia spp. University of Florida (PDF)
Angel's Trumpets (Brugmansia) University of Wisconsin
Angel's trumpet Queensland Poisons Information Centre
Poisonous Plants: Brugmansia spp. (Datura spp.) Poisonous Plants of North Carolina, North Carolina State University
Brugmansia University of Vermont
Exotica at the website of "Higher Ground", a garden in southeast Texas. Includes some interesting notes on Brugmansia
Small Trees for Miami-Dade Landscapes (see notes on Brugmansia) University of Florida
Short-Day Shrubs for Fall and Winter Color University of Florida (includes notes on response of Brugmansia to temperature)
Will angel trumpet poison compost? New Mexico State University
Brugmansia x candida Trees of Miami, Florida, USA
Brugmansia candida Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Brugmansia candida (PDF) at the Australian Weeds and Livestock website, NSW (discusses toxicity of weeds and other plants to animals)
Angel's Trumpet Brugmansia x candida at A Digital Botanic Garden (blog, UK)
Brugmansia sanguinea "Botany Photo of the Day", University of British Columbia Botanical Garden & Centre for Plant Research
Brugmansia sanguinea Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Brugmansia suaveolens Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Brugmansia versicolor 'charles grimaldi' Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Brugmansia versicolor 'frosty pink' Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Brugmansia versicolor Urban Forest Ecosystems Institute, California
Angel's Trumpet - Plant of the Week (Brugmansia aurea) University of Arkansas
Brugmansia x insignis Encyclopedia of Stanford Trees, Shrubs, and Vines

Older News

Americans just say yes to angel's trumpets

While Australian authorities consider denying citizens the right to grow Brugmansia (visit for more information), researchers in the U.S. are actively developing new varieties. One of their goals is to improve winter-hardiness, so that these beautiful plants can be easily grown over an even greater geographic area. Read more at the Texas A&M AgriLife website here: AgriLife Research scientists trumpeting possible new adaptation of tropical flower(February 2011)

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