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My Mother took this picture while on a trip Alaska last year. She said she took the picture while in port in Canada somewere between Seatle WA and Ketichikan AK. She does not know what it was and I couldn't find it in my books. Anyone able to Help?

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I believe it is a Brugsmansia candida called Angel Trumpet. They are from South America.

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WOW, I want one, will it grow in SW Mn?

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Angel Trumpet

Lighting: sun

Plant Height: 6-8'

Ground Condition: Well drained

Hardiness Zone: 8-10

Hardy in zones 8-10, treat as annual in other zones.

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Yep, zone 8 is way south of here. Don't hold me to this, but I've heard that you can bring them inside in the winter.

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Picture was taken somwhere along the coast in Western Canada. What zone would that be in?

Looks to be planted outside, although I am sure the ocean keeps things warmer in that area.

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