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Allamanda Plant – Golden Trumpet | Outdoor Plant | 60 – 80cm

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Allamanda Plant – Golden Trumpet | Outdoor Plant | 60 – 80cm

Allamanda is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. They are native to the Americas, where they are distributed from Mexico to Argentina. Some species are familiar as ornamental plants cultivated for their large, colorful flowers. Most species produce yellow flowers; A. blanchetii bears pink.

Pot: Default Soil Pot

Height: 60-80cm

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Allamanda Plant – Golden Trumpet | Outdoor Plant | 60 – 80cm
Allamanda Plant – Outdoor Plant

Allamanda is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. They are native to the Americas, where they are distributed from Mexico to Argentina. Some species are familiar as ornamental plants cultivated for their large, colorful flowers. Most species produce yellow flowers; A. blanchetii bears pink.

Allamanda directly in the ground

Allamanda can survive outdoors year-round only in mild-wintered areas. It cannot withstand temperatures below freezing.

If you live around the Mediterranean, plant it in spring in light soil.

  • It needs a lot of sun to develop well.
  • It loves soil that drains particularly well. It’ll thus feel right at home with a mix of one part garden soil, one part soil mix and one part sand.
  • Allamanda must be planted in a warm spot and should be brought indoors in winter if temperatures drop below 40°F (5°C).
  • Choose a place that is sheltered from wind and preferably along a lattice that it can climb along.

Indeed, wind tends to dry plants out, and Allamanda is vulnerable to air that is too dry.

Additionally, as a precaution against transplant shock, cover it with a shade veil for 2-3 weeks just after planting, if the weather is very hot. Later on, this isn’t necessary.

Planting allamanda in pots

Growing allamanda in pots is recommended everywhere temperatures drop below 40°F (5°C) during winter.

You’ll be able to bring your allamanda in a well-lit place where it doesn’t freeze over winter.

Pruning allamanda

Allamanda takes pruning well, it even helps it grow stronger.

Indeed, this is a vigorous climbing vine we’re dealing with, sometimes even invasive. Pruning it is the way to set boundaries to its growth.

  • Pruning doesn’t impact the blooming, nor does it slow the allamanda’s growth.
  • Severe pruning can also be performed several times a year, or once every couple years.
  • Pruning before spring growth renews is best, at the end of winter.
Watering allamanda

Allamanda cherishes moisture and needs watering in case of heat waves. But don’t forget that the root area must drain well or the roots will rot!

The allamanda vine has particularly high water needs during the 1st year after planting.

  • Water preferably in the evening. If you can water twice a day, dawn and dusk is ideal.
  • Best use rain water because allamanda is sensitive to calcium-loaded water.
  • Regularly spraying the leaves with soft water helps keep the high moisture levels it needs.
  • Add flower plant fertilizer once or twice a month, especially for allamanda grown in pots.
  • In winter, reduce watering as much as you can. About once a month is enough.

NOTE:  Images are illustration purpose only. Actual item maybe different due to plants grow. Price may varies with Pots and Features.

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60 – 80cm

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