Orange Trumpet Flower Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Online jigsaw puzzle of an orange trumpet flower. The trumpet flower is very attractive to hummingbirds.

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animalvr143
Aug 5, 2015
I have an angel trumpet tree. It is as tall as a one story house and has several hundred blossoms 10 to 12 inches long. Mine blooms almost year round. Mine is a white single. Up the street is a yellow double. They are very pretty.
pixipixil
Feb 8, 2017
You must love where it stays above freezing, animal. I once had a white one but it didn't bloom all year and it stayed under 2 feet tall.
animalvr143
Feb 11, 2017
The part of the plant the cutting originally came from determines whether the new plant becomes a "tree or a bush". A friend of mine gave me my cutting and she knew which part of her tree to cut for the cutting to make a tree instead of a bush. Unfortunately, I don't know. I live in Southern California near the beach and it very rarely freezes. Never enough to hurt the plants.
pixipixil
Feb 12, 2017
I think you have a Brugmannsia. I had a datura. They tend to be grouped together but they're not the same plant at all. They do get big trumpet-shaped flowers and like it hot.
fiestyolelady
Jan 29, 2015
I planted this trumpet vine at my former home. It wouldn't bloom, Now my son fights it it is so prolific.
pixipixil
Feb 8, 2017
It took many years before my trumpet vine bloomed but I had to remove it because it was coming up everywhere nd it had started to invade the neighbor's yard. There are still shoots coming up but I keep cutting them down.
aknan
Feb 8, 2017
Pixi, if these shoots aren't in amongst the regular garden, you might try pouring vinegar on them. It kills the root. I've used this on chickweed, although bleach is better for that obnoxious weed.
pixipixil
Feb 8, 2017
Thanks, Aknan. I'll try it in the spring. I can't do much for the part coming up next door. It's coming up in her daylilies. If the deer keep coming back neither of us will have any lilies left for long. :-(
fiestyolelady
Jun 10, 2015
I love these.They grew 12 miles from here but won't grow here.
jas6415
Apr 7, 2015
Pretty flower looks so lonely all by itself
dbnc2
Feb 22, 2015
My sister grow them
she could grow anything
Eveningstar
Apr 16, 2014
I don't believe I have every seen Trumpet Flowers. They are very pretty:)
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2014
They come in several colors and are huge plants. A car wash near us used to plant yellow ones and they grew about 8 feet tall. The Brugmansia type are the big ones. that's what this puzzle is. The daturas are smaller and grow wild in Arizona. They are white flowers. They also come in pink and a sort of plum purple backed with almost white inside.
Eveningstar
Dec 16, 2014
Thank you Pixipixil:) Very informative:)
fiestyolelady
Apr 15, 2014
Spent lots of $ trying to get these to grow but I just couldn't get them to live.
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2014
You probably gave them too much water. They need heat and sun.
d129va
Jun 15, 2014
I am so hooked on these puzzles.They are amazing and have really helped my concentration. Seen so many places that I would not have seen. So thankful for this time allowed for me. God Bless
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susanjanefgm
Jul 1, 2014
They sure are addictive - but so nice and great variety! I am currently unemployed and beats doing the housework!! Haha.Blessings on your day, too!
pixipixil
Dec 16, 2014
You have that right!
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