Allamanda, also known as Golden Trumpet, is a perennial shrub that thrives in heat and humidity.
Allamanda grows quite thickly as a shrub and is covered in yellow bell-shaped 3 to 4 inch long blooms during the growing season. It doesn’t have tendrils to climb, but with enough support, it can grow into a vine.
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.
Variegated Allamanda Care
Allamanda is a bushy natural plant that requires a large pot because it becomes heavy over time. It’s possible that you’ll have to repot it every year.
Make sure the container has drainage holes at the bottom, regardless of size, to ensure that water drains smoothly. Fill the holes with stone or bricks.