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Brugmansia Fruit Salad

Spring – 2013

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We are well into almighty Spring now. Seeds planted scant days ago are muscling their way through the fortified mud […]

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What Have We Been Up To?

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Mischief of the best kind! We have some new Brugmansia releases to introduce to you. Brugmansia Samadhi Brugmansia Samadhi Brugmansia […]

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Latest Brugmansia Releases From Arghya Gardens – 2012

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We’ve had a very productive year. After two years of freeze damage and general mayhem wrought by our old pal […]

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New Amaryllis For 2012

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After three years of waiting patiently, our amaryllis crosses are blooming. We tried to use a good mix of species […]

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Iochroma – Propagating From Cuttings

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If propagating Iochroma from seed seems a daunting task. Your best bet is propagating them from cuttings. They can be […]

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Brugmansia Fruit Salad

FAILURE IS NOT NECESSARILY FAILURE

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Oftentimes, as I read through the various plant forums, I encounter letters from new hybridizers. After doing their homework, making […]

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New Brugmansia Seedling For November – 2010

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Florida is cooling off. Autumn has arrived, and with it comes cooler days and nights, less humidity and relief for […]

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NEW HIBISCUS CULTIVARS – November 3, 2010

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Despite last year’s freeze here in Florida, we managed to rescue some of our Hibiscus crosses. These crosses were made […]

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Guidelines For Purchasing Brugmansia Seed

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Beware of the word “rare”. One of the most satisfying aspects of growing Brugmansia is growing them from seed. Compared […]

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IOCHROMA – How To Pollinate and Collect Seed

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Pollinating Iochroma is like doing brain surgery. You need tools and a lot of patience. In their native habitat, Iochroma […]

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To see things in the seed. That is genius. - Lao Tzu