ALLAMANDA CATHARTICA SCHOTTII
The Golden Trumpet vine comes from tropical South America and is a vigorous climber up to 8 metres and is usually seen on walls and fences or sometimes trained as a small shrub.
The flowers are 125mm long and funnel shaped and they narrow to a slender tube they are five petaled and golden yellow in clusters of three to six. It flowers from November to May profusely and intermittently all year.
It requires a frost free position and is drought tender.
It is sometimes used as an emetic and a purgative.
Prune after flowering or in spring when new growth appears.
The Golden Trumpet vine is a very popular climber that provides a beautiful display of large golden flowers in profusion over a long period.
ENJOY THIS FABULOUS VINE