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Growing Angel Trumpets

I planted young and older growing Angel Trumpets in my six acres. First in the shade; no flowers, then in the sun, flowers. But, what is the best way to support them, and keep them from getting too cold? Should I use any fertilizer or special soil? Thanks.

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By Phyllis from Clermont, FL

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May 22, 20100 found this helpful

I have 1 yellow I started as 8 inches 3 years ago. Planted in huge planter for trees & have it sitting on my back deck in full sun. Doesn't take much water-Approx 1 gallon weekly until hottest summer, then 2 gallons weekly.

I live in Conroe, TX, Zone 8. On the 2nd year, it bloomed the most beautiful flowers! I use Miracle Grow for roses once monthly as it's next to my roses & just convenient. I sprinkle 2 tablespoons of epsom salt every 6 months, raking into soil & water. Never been moved & covered with sheet on freezing nights. The branches die back but come spring, grow again. Best luck.

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