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|Peach Angel's Trumpet are alternately arranged leaves and oblong-elliptical, smooth to velvety, with tapering tip, up to 60 cm long. Flowers are large, pendulous, funnel-shaped. They change color from a salmon-tinged white at the beginning to a peach colour at the end. Fruits are berries, up to 21 cm long. Peach Angel's Trumpet is native to South America. I think this is a type of "Dhatura" by which it's known in India.|
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Hello Subhrojyoti! Wonderful flower. Ideal background. Perfect exposure. Very good sharpness. Fantastic effect. Well done!