Allamanda is a flowering plant genus of the Apocynaceae family. They are indigenous to the Americas and can be found from Mexico to Argentina. Some species are well-known as ornamental plants grown for their enormous, bright flowers. The majority of species have yellow blooms, however A. blanchetii has pink flowers.
- Requires full sun to partial shade
- Regular watering, keep the soil consistently moist
- Grows well in well-drained soil with mildly alkaline pH
- Sky vine plants grow best in rich organic soil, moderately moist and well-drained with acidic, alkaline, or neutral pH levels.
- Water the plant when the soil is dry, and fertilize in spring and fall with a granular fertilizer.
- The Apocynaceae family includes the flowering plant genus Allamanda. They are native to the Americas, with populations ranging from Mexico to Argentina.
- Some species are well-known for their large, brilliant flowers, which are planted as decorative plants. Although most species have yellow flowers, A. blanchetii has pink blossoms.
Botanical Name: Allamanda cathartica
Plant Type: Vines / Climbers
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive Flowers
- Religious plant
- Ornamental use