Brugmansia Flowering

Anonymous added on September 20, 2011 | Answered

I have three of the above plants (2 pink and 1 yellow).  I cut them back each fall and they seem to take a long time to grow when put back outdoors. The yellow has never flowered but has lots of foliage. Do you know why?

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Answered on September 21, 2011

Brugs that are grown from cuttings mature to flowering age faster than brugs that are grown from seeds. Even brugs from cuttings can take up to 5 years before reaching flowering age. It is likely that the yellow one was grown from seed or is just a "late blooming" cutting.

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