The seeds of these plants can be slow to germinate but one secret is to keep your plant growing healthy continually is to keep it moist with humid conditions if at all possible, the same goes for the seeds, if you want to propagate the plant.

I tried taking a branch from my friends tree to see if I could get it to grow but no luck.

I read that you should be very careful with the seedpod because of its extremely dangerous liquid, and should not be touched with bare skin.

If you already have an angel’s trumpet plant you are very lucky to be able to enjoy its beauty year after year and its sweet smell.

This is a tender plant and the branches of this plant break easily, so prune your tree to keep it denser and it will be stronger for that instead of having straggly branches.

The Angel trumpet flower needs a lot of water and you should use fertilizer at least twice a year with either time released pellets or a liquid to make sure you tree gets optimum nutrients in order to produce a maximum amount of beautiful blooming fragrant flowers for you to enjoy.

Another piece of advice would make sure your plant has some shade during the hot part of the day, yes the angel trumpet does prefer to be in full sun, but the heat from the sun can result in slowed growth, it can cause the leaves to fall and also very little blooms to be produced and can actually burn the blooms, depending how hot it gets and if it's in the sun all day long.

Don’t forget....Either a time-released which I love to use or just plain fertilizer will do.

You'll be thankful you decided to plant an angel trumpet or Brugmansia plant in your garden they’re truly beautiful and smells great.

These beautiful blooming plants botanical names are Brugmansia or Datura (more about Durmat with plant identification australia app) and like the night-blooming jasmine opens after dark and remains open until the sunlight hits them the next morning. Angel trumpet has such a strong smell that fills the air in your garden with such a beautiful smell.

The angel trumpets natural habitat is Southeast Brazil and is also grown in places like California, Florida, Mexico and some places in Central America.