Brugmansia ‘Double Dark Rosetta’

Just another brugmansia post as another produces its first bloom. This is ‘Double Dark Rosetta’. I mist admit that the colour is not as dark as I had expected but the flower had only opened the day before so it may get richer as it ages and if it does I will update this entry. The bloom has neat ‘hose-in-hose’ form although the two corollas are not as distinct as I had expected. The petal tips are good and curly and add to the beauty of the flower as does the strong perfume. It is large but not huge in size. I am happy with this one.

brug dark rosetta

One Comment on “Brugmansia ‘Double Dark Rosetta’”

  1. joy
    May 3, 2014 at 8:03 pm #

    it has the wow factor

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