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Brugmansia suaveolens
Angel's Tears

DESCRIPTION
A 10 foot tall flowering bush. A small tree, 10 to 15 feet high, with ovate 6- to 12 inch long leaves, only slightly hairy. The flowers are white-nerved with green, hanging, 9 to 12 inches long from Autumn to winter. The calyx is inflated, with five obscure teeth. The fruit is smooth, spindle-shaped, 5 inches long. Native to Brazil. Grows best in sunny or semi-shaded areas. May be distinguished from D. arborea and D. candida by the five-toothed calyx.

From the Allies catalog :
Showy, tropical lowland species, branches clouded with enticingly aromatic blossoms. Amazonian medicinal, leaves sometimes added to yaje brews.

VARIETIES

variagata
apricot
pink
maikota
yellow
datura suaveolens