Brugmansia are large shrubs or small trees, reaching heights of 3–11 m, with tan, slightly rough bark.
The leaves are alternate, generally large, 10–30 cm long and 4–18 cm broad, with an entire or coarsely toothed margin, and are covered with fine hairs.
The flower trumpet refers to the large, very dramatic, pendulous trumpet-shaped flowers, 14–50 cm long and 10–35 cm across at the wide end. They are white, yellow, pink, orange or red, and have a delicate, attractive scent with light, lemony overtones, most noticeable in early evening. Flowers may be single or double.
Large Frilly Pink – Flowers late spring, summer and autumn. Soft pink trumpet with a white throat. Slight evening perfume.
Rosea – Flowers late spring, summer and autumn. Soft pink trumpet with a white throat. Slight evening perfume.
Grand Marnier – Flowers late spring, summer and autumn. Tan/Apricot trumpet. Slight evening perfume.
Aztec Gold – Flowers late spring, summer & autumn. Orange/Yellow trumpet with a small white throat. Slight evening perfume.
Double White - Flowers double white during summer and autumn. Beautiful evening perfume.
Brugmansia Aztec Gold
Brugmansia Double White
Brugmansia Grand Manier
Brugmansia Large Frilly Pink
Brugmansia Sanguinea - Midas Yellow