Allamanda Cathartica Yellow (হলুদ অ্যালামন্ডা)


Measurement: 1 Pc

Size: Small-Medium

Pot: No

Pebbles: No

Fertilizer: No

Kit: No

Payment: 100% Advance Payment

Delivery Location: Dhaka, Faridpur Only

Time: 1-2 Days Delivery

Payment Method: bKash, Nagad, City Touch or Local Bank Transfer

Allamanda Cathartica Yellow

Allamanda Cathartica is a tropical shrubby climber with a bright golden yellow blossom plant. They are native to northern South America but can grow in greenhouses in cool climates or as a summer annual. The plant is a vigorous, rambling woody climber that may grow up to 15 feet tall, but it can be clipped to grow as a shrub with a more compact form, which is very useful when planted in outdoor containers. The obovate, wavy-margined leaves are 4-6 inches long. The showy blooms are set off in dramatic way by whorls of 2-4 huge, glossy, leathery leaves.

How to Care of Allamanda Cathartica

This drought-tolerant plant loves the light and requires a lot of it, so if you can, replicate nature and shade the plant while giving the tips plenty of sunlight. If at all possible, keep the temperature and humidity high. When in full bloom, Allamanda requires a lot of water because of the high temperatures and humidity. Keep an eye on the plant’s water usage during its blossoming season. To minimize flower loss, use sufficient water.

During proper growth, Use fertilizer once every two weeks using liquid water-soluble plant food. To avoid overpopulation of foliage and fewer blooms, don’t overfertilize. With many vines Allamandas like good, rich well-drained soil. Transplant the plant after every two years if it grows in a container. If the plant is big in size, cut the roots and refill with a thick potting mix instead of moving to a larger gallon container.

Allamanda may grow quickly and out of control under ideal conditions, trimming is necessary. Pruning allamanda plants can turn them into shrubs. Before the growing season begins, spring is the best time to prune. With proper running, Allamanda can turn into a bushy ornamental plant. The sticky milky sap can cause skin irritation, and all components of this plant are poisonous to pets and humans.



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