Brugmansia (Hybrid)

Angel’s Trumpet


Conestoga House & Gardens, 1608 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster PA


Larry Wettig, David Kantner


Conestoga House has several Angel’s Trumpets, so called because of their large pendulous flowers. These small trees are native to South America. All seven species of Brugmansia that exist in the world today are extinct in the wild.


This amazing species is most fragrant during the evening rather than day- time and thus attracts moths for its pollination.

[The last photo, by Natalie Scarberry, shows a Carolina Sphinx Moth (Man- duca sexta) feeding on Angel's Trum- pet.]