(Variegated Angel's Trumpet)
Fragrant, peach-colored blooms in immense proportions emerge from some of the most broadly margined and brilliant foliage you've ever seen! The huge, tricolor leaves are dark green in the center, with narrow blotches of light grey-green toward the edge, surrounded by a 1" wide creamy white border. This tetraploid Brugmansia
is awesome in containers. It blooms on very small plants, as well!
In November, these plants are semi-dormant, and look less-than-stellar. Planting now in USDA Zones 9 and above will allow establishment over the winter, and facilitate more rapid growth in the spring.
These are well established, blooming or ready to bloom plants in 2 gallon cans. Yes, they are heavy - but they will take off in your garden and not require two years to blossom as many smaller plants would.