Allamanda schottii

COMMON NAME

Bush allamanda

TYPE

​Shrub

FAMILY

Apocynaceae

NOTES

It typically grows to 4-5’ tall. Features clusters of yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers with orange-red throat stripes and leathery, elliptic to obovate, dull green leaves (2-4” long) that appear in whorls of 3-5 along the stems.It is generally more shrub-like than A. cathartica. As with most dogbane family members, the stems exude a toxic milky sap.

GEOGRAPHIC REGION

Native to Brazil

NATIVE HABITAT

It grows near or alongside bodies of water, often in wet areas, in open or closed forests

WEB SOURCES

wikipedia.org

missouribotanicalgarden.org



Allamanda schottii