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  • Hybridizer Database

    Search The Brugmansia Cultivar Database

    Don't know the cultivar name? Don't worry. This form will also search the database for any of the categories below, or any combination of categories below. Form will make suggestions based on the first few letters typed in. There are thousands of cultivars. For best (and more refined) results, add as many fields as you know.

    Search results will show below. To add additional search restrictions (e.g., white, single, trumpet flowers), just add another search characteristic. Adding additional search characteristics will restrict rather than expand the search. For example, a search for white, single, trumpet flowers will show only those results for flowers that are white AND trumpet AND single.

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    References in the ‘Publication’ and ‘Comments’ fields of the database

    Publications with the year in brackets can be found in the bibliography below. ‘Retail list’ means a printed, dated and issued sales list or catalogue. BGI stands for Brugmansia Growers International. DDFGG stands for Deutsche Dahlien-, Fuchsien- und Gladiolen-Gesellschaft. Trumpeter is the Journal of the American [now International] Brugmansia & Datura Society.

    Armitage, A.M. (2001). Armitage’s Manual of Annuals, Biennials, and Half-hardy Perennials. Timber Press, Portland.
    Bristol, M.L. (1966). Notes on the species of tree daturas. Botanical Museum leaflets,, Harvard University 21: 229_248.
    Bristol, M.L. (1969). Tree datura drugs of the Colombian Sibundoy. Botanical Museum leaflets, Harvard University 22: 165-227.
    Giles, W. (2007). The Encyclopedia of Exotic Plants for Temperate Climates. Timber Press, Portland.
    Gottschalk, M. (1998). Engelstrompeten: Tr?ume in Duft und Farbe,. Self-published, Herbstein.
    Gottschalk, M. (2000). Engelstrompeten,. BLV Verlagsgesellschaft, München.
    Gottschalk, M. (2003). Engelstrompeten – Angels Trumpets,. Self-published [English translation of text of Gottschalk (2000), with some additional material]. Griffin, W.J. & G.D. Lin (2000). Chemotaxonomy and geographical distribution of tropane alkaloids. Phytochemistry, 53: 623-637.
    Hay, A., M. Gottschalk & A. Holguín (2012). Huanduj – Brugmansia,. Florilegium, Sydney & Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.
    Kirchner-Abel, A., W. Abel & V.M. Hesels (2004). Das grosse Buch der Engelstrompeten,. AKAWA Privatgarten Verlag, Duisburg.
    Loewer, H.P. (1992). The Evening Garden: Flowers and Fragrance from Dusk till Dawn. Macmillan, New York.
    Lord, E.E. (1964). Shrubs and Trees for Australian Gardens,. 4th edition. Lothian, Melbourne.
    Menninger, E. A. 1966. Datura species in Florida gardens,. The American Horticultural Magazine 45: 375-387.
    Phillips, R. & M. Rix (1997). Conservatory and Indoor Plants,. Volume 2. Macmillan, London.
    Preissel, H.-G. (1992). Beschreibende Brugmansien-Liste 1992,. Herrenh?user G?rten, Hannover.
    Preissel, H.-G. (1993). Beschreibende Brugmansien-Liste 1993,. Herrenh?user G?rten, Hannover.
    Preissel, H.-G. (1994). Beschreibende Brugmansien-Liste 1994,. Herrenh?user G?rten, Hannover.
    Preissel, U. & H.-G. Preissel (1991). Brugmansia (Datura): Engelstrompeten,. Ulmer, Stuttgart.
    Preissel, U. & H.-G. Preissel (1997). Engelstrompeten: Brugmansia und Datura,. Ulmer, Stuttgart.
    Preissel, U. & H.-G. Preissel (2001). Brugmansia and Datura: Angel’s Trumpets and Thorn Apples,. David Bateman, Auckland.
    Preissel, U. & H.-G. Preissel (2003). Brugmansia insignis _ die ‘auffallende Sch?ne’. Gartenpraxis, 2003 (9): 20-23.
    Preissel, U. & H.-G. Preissel (2004). Neue Farben für die Engelstrompeten. Gartenpraxis, 2004 (7): 56-59.
    Shaw, J.M.H. (1998). Variation in Brugmansia sanguinea. New Plantsman 5,: 48-60.
    Shaw, J.M.H. (1998a). Brugmansia sanguinea cultivars – a correction. New Plantsman 5,: 192.
    Shaw, J.M.H. (1999). Nomenclature notes on Brugmansia. New Plantsman 6,: 148-151.
    Sunset (1988). Sunset Western Garden Book. Lane Publishing Co., Menlo Park.

     

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    About BGI Board Members, Advisors, Affiliations

    Who We Are

    President -? Mike Pettit
    Vice President -? Al Maas
    Secretary - Patricia Watson
    Treasurer - Shaun Douglas
    International Registrar for?Brugmansia?and?Datura?-?Alistair Hay
    Website Manager - Shaun Douglas

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    Al Maas, Edna Murphree, Mike Pettit , Patricia Watson,
    Shaun Douglas, Alistair Hay, and Dan Carter

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