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- Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Reviewed By: Judy (Bartow, Florida)
This area loves Trumpets. They are very fast growers. Shoots grow off the roots and can easily have cuttings to grow more. Can even cut off a branch and have success. Easy growers but very delicate. They are wonderful by the windows. Their smell is best in the evenings like a gardenia or Honeysuckle. They do not attract insects. They do like water. They tolerate heat and drought but do their best part shade. Prepare to stake. An Excellent wonderful year round blooming plant/bush/tree for the tropical climates.
- Tuesday, September 25, 2007
UK ANGELES TRUMPETS
Reviewed By: Dave Nurse (BRISTOL .ENGLAND, SOUTH GLOs)
I was given four cutting about the size of a pencil. This was in feb this year , I planted them in a 4 inch pot in good compost. Six months later, I have four trees 8 feet high with at least 20 flowers on each.
- Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Easy to train
Reviewed By: Randy (Tellico Plains, TN)
The pink trumpets are easy to train as standards for those of you, who live in zones 9 & up. Just choose a leader & keep all side shoots trimmed off --they can get to be 12 to 15 ft. tall.You can also plant any trimmings & get new plants as they are very easy to root.
- Saturday, August 23, 2008
Great Payoff in Zone 6b
Reviewed By: Christopher Lacy (Fayetteville, AR)
In early March I ordered several of these. The plants came in standard 4 x 4 pots and were about 3 inches tall. After "babying" them for a month inside I put them in the ground. They are all now about 7 feet tall and blooming. A long wait here in Zone 6b, but the rewards are thrilling! Even when not in bloom the huge tropical foliage is a plus for the landscape.
- Saturday, September 27, 2008
Reviewed By: Donna Wachter (Cedar Lake, IN)
I planted this out on my patio this Spring and was not extremely attentive to it, but it continued to grow and look healthy. This fall I was rewarded with buds and my first spectacular trumpet about 10 inches in length. A real stunner of a plant, and really quite tolerant to boot. Many thanks to Gurney's!