B. Culebra (very rare)
Rare opportunity to purchase a Brugmansia culebra. These are very hard to source hence the price but adds a spectacular variety of Brugmansia to any subtropical collection. It is slow growing in comparison to other Brugmansia but if grow correctly you will be rewarded with long lance leaves and beautiful white flowers.
Brugmansia sold well rooted in a 11cm pot at a height of 20 cm secured in a pre-made bespoke box. The plant is secured and anchored in the box, labeled and the pot is presented in a natural hemp bag.
A rare Angel's Trumpet that produces split corolla hanging white petals. The leaves are very narrow, dark green, and hairy. The 20cm fragrant, white flowers are formed of split petals that twist and flare out at the bottom. Culebra Angel's Trumpet is not as large growing and is easily maintained as a smaller plant pot. Culebra is an indian name referring to its serpent-like leaves. Used by Columbian shamens for both medicinal and ceremonial purposes. It is slow growing and prefers more sun and less water than other Brugmansia.
Cultivar Name: Culebra
Breeding History Set: candida
Name Status: Established and Accepted
Publication: Bristol (1969)
Year Released: 1953
Species Group Warm
Flower Color: White/Cream
Flower Form: Single
Flower Position: Nodding
Brugmansia Candida perentage. Candida is a cross between B.Versicolor and B.Aurea .