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Offline Wakinyan

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Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« on: January 04, 2009, 10:15:57 AM »










Brugmansia seedling shown grafted to mature stock from flowering region.

I've posted these pictures to show that you can handle, cut on, and otherwise work with Brugmansia without wearing gloves. I do however, advice against rubbing your eyes.











Offline Wakinyan

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2009, 10:16:57 AM »


Wildfire, one of my other favorites. I'll stop posting pictures for now as I know many of you have much better in your collection. I assure you, I have much better in mine as well. You never post everything.

Offline kundalini

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2009, 10:22:41 PM »
great picturess !!

 here in brazil we have a lot of brugmansia suavelons native every where ...

 but it never give seeds ...

 your brugmansia plants can give seeds ? how ?

I have datura metel seeds avaible !! wana trade ?

Offline Zaka

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2009, 09:58:10 AM »
Irie Wakinyan,
Wikkid post.....gonna try some nutty grafts with daturas on a brug....& the other way round....just for the heck of it..
But Kunda does raise a good point.....seeding brugs....I like him have many plants around in flower but no seeds....
Any tips of fertilizing flowers would be good....
Respect
Z

Offline dogbane26

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2009, 09:53:34 PM »
Yeah im not much into grafting.  I like to let things be the way they naturally occur, but what is it used for anyways?  

I heard sometimes certain diseases and like nematodes attack roots of a particular species so its better to use a different rootstock.    Or it makes a species hardier like to cold?  

I guess I heard peyote grafted onto San Pedro makes the peyote grow alot faster.  

A cool thing I heard onetime is that you can graft datura rootstock onto tomato plants.  I wouldn't advise eating the tomatoes though.    

I heard then you will have hallucinogenic tomatoes.

Offline Juicemonkey

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2009, 07:28:37 AM »
Hey kundalini

its probably polliantion

they need cross polination, and because they are so easy to propagate by cuttings
often only one clone lives in a large area

you need two different B suaveolens nearby and then you will prob get lost of seeds

Offline Wakinyan

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Re: Brugmansia grafting pictures, species. etc.
« Reply #6 on: September 03, 2017, 09:07:50 PM »
Two different genetic specimens are indeed required for pollination to result in seeds. Thus, one needs two different suaveolens such as a pink crossed to a yellow. B. suaveolens will also cross to B. versicolor, B. candida, B. insignis, and even B. aurea.