Brugmansia sanguinea RED ANGEL'S TRUMPET (5 seeds)

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5 RED ANGEL'S TRUMPET seeds (Brugmansia sanguinea)

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Brugmansia sanguinea or red angel's trumpet is a shrub of the family Solanaceae as well as Cayenne pepper or Ashwagandha.
Its flowers are trumpet-shaped 15 to 20 cm long and red and orange in color.
Red angel's trumpet Seeds are flattened and resemble those of Datura metel.
Red Brugmansia is native to South America and more particularly to Peru.
It is a shrub with evergreen foliage, able to reach more than 4 m high in the tropics.
Brugmansia sanguinea is able to withstand very low freezing temperatures of -3 ° C to -5 ° C.

In the Peruvian Andes, Brugmansia sanguinea has been cultivated for millennia to make a fantasy drink to return to a state of trance.
It is a cousin of Datura tatulaDevils trumpet and purple metel.

This poisonous plant is used only by very experienced shamans.
According to traditional beliefs, Brugmansia severely punishes people who disrespect him.

Seedling method of Brugmansia sanguinea seeds:
Soak your red angel's trumpet seeds in warm water for 12 hours.
Prepare small pots of moist peat, then bury the seeds under 1/2 cm of substrate.
Water copiously.
Finally, place the pots in a greenhouse or near a heat source close to 30 ° C.
Germination of Brugmansia sanguinea seeds usually begins around the third week of planting.

- Easy crop plant, supports very well dry land.
- Beautiful and big orange flowers in summer.
- Warning toxic plant.

Also exists as a red angel's trumpet live plant for growing.
South American plant seeds to grow as an ornamental plant.

Do not consume.
Plant intended solely for the ethnobotanical collection.

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Brugmansia sanguinea RED ANGEL'S TRUMPET (5 seeds)

Brugmansia sanguinea RED ANGEL'S TRUMPET (5 seeds)

5 RED ANGEL'S TRUMPET seeds (Brugmansia sanguinea)