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Allamanda schotti Yellow Bush Allamanda

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Available Size: 4" diameter plastic pot, with a plant a minimum of about 8  inches tall, unlikely to have bloom or bud at the time of shipping.

Botanical Name: Allamanda schotti

Common Name: Bush Allamanda

Plant Family Apocynaceae
Mature Size 6 ft x 6 ft
Growth Habit Bushy, upright
Bloom Color Sunny, golden yellow
Bloom Form Bell Shaped
Bloom Time Warm Season
Water Needs Moderate
Light Needs Best bloom in full sun
Zone 10, 11 (9 with cold protection)
Key Features Bright, showy bloom, easy to grow
Suggested Uses Hedge, Annual Filler, Accent, Potted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



About Bush Allamanda Schottii:

Bush Allamanda is large, upright growing evergreen tropical flowering shrub that is native to Brazil. It has a full, bushy growth habit and is a colorful and profuse bloomer that is easy to grow in tropical and subtropical climates.

Bright, sunny, golden yellow, bell shaped blooms appear in abundance from mid spring to late fall, and are surrounded by dense, dark green leathery textured, pointed leaves. Bush Allamanda will grow and thrive with a minimal amount of care and attention. The flowers are followed by an interesting round, prickly, bur like seed pod, that add additional visual interest.

Bush Allamanda has many versatile uses in the subtropical and tropical landscape as a hedge or an accent plant. It's quick growth and bloomability make it well suited for use as an annual filler, border or in mixed perennial beds in cooler climates.

For the best results with Bush Allamanda:

  • Locate in full sun

  • Amend soil with rich organic material if needed

  • Supply supplemental irrigation

  • Feed a good quality bloom boosting plant food 2x yearly

  • Prune for shape after flowering

  • Protect from frost and freeze.

 

Bush Allamanda schottii

 


  • Model: ALL-SYL-BU-4
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1lbs
  • 7 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Emerald Goddess Gardens





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