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Re: Brugmansia

> From: Cersgarden@aol.com
> Marge, do you let it go dormant or keep it in green form for the

Ceres, I try to keep it going as long as it will but by spring, it's
generally dropped all leaves and has a nice aphid
infestation...recovers, but if I could keep it green and leafed out
as the pink and white ones seem to stay, it would bloom sooner. 
Brugs are aphid magnets, unfortunately - inside that is, never seem
to have the problems outdoors, but all the predators get to them

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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