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A small Brugmansia tree full of light pink flower
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Brugmansia insignis (Angel's Trumpet)

A small tree originating in the regions of Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru. The striking feature of this species lies in its large, fragrant flowers which not only serve as a visual delight but also hold a unique shape akin to trumpets, hence the common name. These flowers boast a long corolla at the edge measuring 1.2 to 2.4 inches, and a very narrow, extra-long tubular extension at the base of the flower corolla. Photographed in Bogotá and the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, Colombia.

One closed Brugmansia insignis greenish-white flower with peach-pink colors at the tip
One orange-peach Brugmansia insignis flower with a green sepal below a blue sky
A Brugmansia insignis tree loaded with orange-peach flowers under a blue sky
Branches of pink Brugmansia insignis flowers
One peach-pink Brugmansia insignis flower with twisted flower petals
A bunch of pink peach color flowers on aBrugmansia insignis tree
A branch loaded with a row of peach-orange Brugmansia insignis flowers
Sun struck white, pink and peach Brugmansia insignis flowers
Five year old girl sitting in a wooden chair with a Brugmansia insignis tree in the background

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