From the Himalayas. Rampant vine that uses arching, twining branches to climb 30 ft.. Large (6–9-in.), oval to roundish dark green leaves, smooth and shiny above, slightly downy beneath, give lush tropical look. From spring through summer, bears fragrant flowers that look like Easter lilies: trumpet shaped, 5 in. long, green-veined white.
Does best in well-drained soil enriched with organic matter; regular feeding produces most lavish display of foliage and flowers. Prune after bloom to shape or limit size; flowers are produced on wood 2 years or older, so keep a good proportion of old wood. Hardy to 28°F/–2°C. Frost kills it to the ground, but it usually comes back from the roots. Use as big espalier on warm,wind-sheltered wall or train along eaves of house; sturdy supports are essential, since growth is heavy. Good choice for planting near swimming pools.
Mexican native. Grows 3 to 4 ft. high and wide. Apple green, oval to elliptic leaves to 2 1/2 in. long...
Vigorous hybrid between Brugmansia x insignis ‘Frosty Pink‘ and another ...
Fast growing to 10–12 ft. tall and wide; dull green leaves to 1 ft. long. Sweet-scented, 8&ndash