Allamanda is a flowering plant genus of the Apocynaceae (dogbane) family.
Allamanda grows thickly as a shrub and blooms in the summer with yellow bell-shaped blooms that are 3 to 4 inches long.
Planting and Care
It can grow as a vine if supported, despite the lack of tendrils for climbing. Because of its bushy nature, Allamanda grows quickly and requires pruning. Pruning also improves air circulation in the plant, which is necessary for healthy growth.
Even in poor soil, the woody vine grows vigorously in full sun or semi-shade. Because the plant climbs and develops quickly, it’s ideal for covering pergolas or other structures with horizontal support.
Plants are used for an ornamental purpose