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RE: now speaking of brugmansia - was- hum....now weather...

Zem (or anyone)-- how long from cutting to flower time on a brugmansia?

Seen small (and I mean small, a couple of inches and 2-3 small leaves) at a
HD type store the other night. Thought about purchasing one, but thought it
might take years to see a bloom...


> Love it.  It's past our last frost date, but it's still going to be in the
> mid to upper 30s tomorrow night.  I'm bringing the brugmansia cuttings
> that
> are (hopefully) rooting in pots, but everything else should be fine.  We
> are
> having some very strong winds while this front is rushing through.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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