Brugmansia candida x White
Brugmansia insignis pink form
Brugmansia insignis white form
Brugmansia Pumpkin yellow
Brugmansia sanguinea Aurea
Brugmansia suaveolens mixed colours
Brugmansia suaveolens pink
Brugmansia suaveolens yellow
Brugmansia suaveolens yellow-peach
Brugmansia versicolor Ecuador Pink
"Brugmansia 'Ecuador Pink'" - Brugmansia versicolor Ecuador Pink
"Brugmansia aurea x versicolor" - Brugmansia candida x White
"Brugmansia candida x K. (err)" - Brugmansia arborea Knightii
"Brugmansia ceratocaula" - Datura ceratocaula GA-3 treated seeds
"Brugmansia D B S (err.)" - Datura metel v. fastuosa Double Blackcurrant Swirl
"Brugmansia Double G.Q." - Datura metel v. chlorantha Double Golden Queen
including currently available Brugmansia, and Brugmansia for which we do not have a current source.
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