The Purple Allamanda is shrub-like but is a climber with green leaves that remain throughout the year. The flowers bloom after the winter months and require bright sunlight. It then takes on a purple
Botanical Name - Allamanda Blanchetti
Common Name - Purple Allamanda
The best time to prune the Purple Allamanda is November. It needs to retain moisture to grow well, though stagnant water is destined to destroy its roots. It requires soil that can hold humidity well. It doesn’t like cold weather so needs direct sunlight.
The plant is not edible and all its parts are poisonous. The Purple Allamanda can sometimes get the disease by pests like nematodes, mites, and whiteflies.