angel's trumpet


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angel's trumpet

n.
Any of several tropical or subtropical American plants of the genera Brugmansia or Datura in the nightshade family, having large, variously colored trumpet-shaped flowers.
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Noun1.angel's trumpet - South American plant cultivated for its very large nocturnally fragrant trumpet-shaped flowersangel's trumpet - South American plant cultivated for its very large nocturnally fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers
Brugmansia, genus Brugmansia - includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpets
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
2.angel's trumpet - a South American plant that is cultivated for its large fragrant trumpet-shaped flowersangel's trumpet - a South American plant that is cultivated for its large fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers
Brugmansia, genus Brugmansia - includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpets
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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If I could only wake at her side, when the angel's trumpet sounds, and the graves give up their dead at the resurrection!'--Marian!
1 Wisteria 2 Peonies 3 Calla Lily 4 Daffodil 5 Snowdrops 6 Delphinium 7 Sensitive plant 8 Foxglove 9 Roses 10 Hydrangea 11 Sunflowers 12 Clematis 13 Snail vine 14 Lavender 15 Pansy 16 Poppies 17 Bat flower 18 Chrysanthemum 19 Daisies 20 Tulips 21 Orchids 22 Bluebells 23 Angel's trumpet 24 Carnations 25 Forget-me-nots 26 Poinsettia 27 Freesia 28 Gladioli 29 Chinese lanterns 30 Lupins
Daring visitors can surround themselves with peril as plants and flowers drip from the ceiling in the 'poison tunnel' or get lured in by pretty plants that have a hidden deadly charm, such as toxic foxgloves and Angel's Trumpet, which if ingested causes its victim to drift into a fatal sleep.
Angel's trumpet psychosis: a central nervous system anticholinergic syndrome.
Once all risk of frost has passed, plant subtropicals, including angel's trumpet, canna, ginger lily (Alpinia), and mandevilla.
: ANGEL'S Trumpet or brugmansia is astounding subtropical herbaceous plants with plenty of gardening pleasure.
If some of the plants, such as scented geraniums, most of the herbs, coleus, red-leaf hibiscus and angel's trumpet, have grown too big to bring inside, then consider harvesting a crop of cuttings from favorite plants.
This plant is also known as Jimson weed, devil's trumpet, angel's trumpet, devil's weed, thorn apple, crazy tea, stinkweed or malpitte.
The Datura (jimsonweed) species leaves resemble dandelion and mint and are considered noxious weeds compared to ornamental Brugmasia (trumpet or chalice plant) and Solandra (angel's trumpet) species (Figure 2).
A lot of people grow datura (Brugmansia suaveolens), otherwise known as Angel's trumpet, in their greenhouses, yet all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested.
(Another common plant in this category is Angel's Trumpet, a beautiful, flowering innocent-looking plant that kids in search of a "natural" high use to make hallucinogenic tea).
(3) Sharon Pollock's plays Moving pictures, End dreams and Angel's trumpet are newly available in Sharon Pollock: three plays (with an introductory essay by Sherrill Grace).