Brugmansia 'Grand Marnier'
Currently possessing a prestigious Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit, 'B.'Grand Marnier' produces large, opulent fragrant blooms with unusually long petal tips reliably in bursts throughout the late summer and into autumn. The colour of the bloom is highly variable depending on temperature, feeding regime and the the character individual plant itself seemingly. I have seen pale-yellow to Apricot.
It is properly called Brugmansia x candida 'Grand Marnier’ as it is the creation of a hybrid from B. aurea and B. versicolor developed in France in the early 20th Century.
Available in various sizes at Plant Fairs and Shows. No young plants or cuttings currently available.