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Article: Tropicals That Will Bloom in Winter: find out the species of that Alamanda?

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(Crystal) Waverly, AL

October 13, 2012
5:33 AM

Post #9303779

I have the same one or at least it looks like it. I am interested to know if you get an ID.
Hadley, PA
(Zone 5a)

October 14, 2012
5:48 AM

Post #9304588

No, I'm afraid nobody has identified my allamanda yet. It is definitely a bush, rather than a vining, type. I forgot to mention that, being a woody plant, it tends to shed some leaves after being brought indoors. So I usually cut it back in the fall.


(Crystal) Waverly, AL

October 14, 2012
7:32 AM

Post #9304661

Yes, mine is more bushy than vining. Actually a prettier more controlled plant than the one with bigger flowers. And it lived 2 winters for me in the ground in zone 8. Didn't bloom tho. Will see if it returns next year. i always cut my vining allamanders back. It is hard to find a place for a 10 foot tall plant even in the greenhouse. Besides, they root so easily I can make new plants.
Do you have the rose-ish vining allamanda? I call it 'cherry jubilee'

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