Allamanda cathartica

COMMON NAME

Golden trumpet, common or yellow allamanda

TYPE

​Shrub

FAMILY

Apocynaceae

NOTES

Primarily grown as a climbing vine, but may also be pruned as a shrub. As a vine, it will grow rapidly to 20’. Features clusters of yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers, wavy-margined, obovate, light green leaves (4-6” long) that appear in whorls of 3-4 or in pairs along the stems.

GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Native to Brazil

NATIVE HABITAT

Found growing near coasts, climbing through trees or shrubs in mangrove swamps and along lowland streams.

WEB SOURCES

wikipedia.org

missouribotanicalgarden.org

wildlifeofhawaii.com



Allamanda cathartica