In Costa Rica, la reina de la noche, aka Angel's Trumpet, which is maybe Brugmansia suaveolens, is exactly the right stuff for imaginative legends and all sorts of romantic myths. While there, I've been given the serious and sombre advice that the blooms are (fatally) intoxicating, and I've been gravely informed that if you plant this species in your garden in the USA, "you will go to jail". Really. I don't regard these warnings overly seriously, as I'm sure I've seen the same species, or else a good lookalike, in Vancouver. And so far I've never fallen into any deep spells from this plant when I've been visiting Costa Rica. [erâ€”but, then, how would I know?] :-) May I please have a scientific identification, so I might learn the (no doubt, rather prosaic) scientific truths about this plant? I took these photos in Costa Rica. (Not Vancouver.) Thank you.