ALLAMANDA CATHARTICA – CHERRIES JUBILEE
Allamanda cathartica ‘Cherries Jubilee’ and is also known as ‘Cherry Ripe’ is a member of the Apocynaceae family and is native to Tropical South America.
It is a vigorous climber up to 7 metres and is usually seen on walls and fences or sometimes trained as a small shrub.
The flowers are 125mm across and funnel shaped, narrowing to a slender tube and form in clusters of three to six. The flowers appear from November to May in profusion and intermittently all year.
It likes a frost free position and is drought tender.
Prune after flowering or in spring when new growth appears. ‘Cherries Jubilee’ is a very popular climber that provides a beautiful display of large red/maroon flowers in profusion over a long period
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