Golden Trumpet

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Botanical name:- Allamanda cathartica.

  • 60cm-90cm
  • 180cm-200cm
Scientific name Allamanda cathartica
Common nameGolden trumpet – allamanda cathartica
Temperature requirement25-35°c
LightFull sun to light shade
WateringWater everyday &keep moist
PestsSpider mite, whiteflies
Pet friendlinessToxic to pets and humans
Maximum plant height300-600cm
Potting mixPotting soil/red soil/manure/perlite
Pot requirementGood drainage&repot every 1-2 years
NutritionApply manure for first 15 days and npk for next 15 days
Pruning&trainingRemove dead & diseased leaves with sterile shears
Flower colour&seasonYellow
DescriptionPart sun refers to filtered light, with most sun being received during the afternoon hours. Shade usually occurs during the morning hours.Plants are almost completely made up of water so it is important to supply them with adequate water to maintain good plant health. Not enough water and roots will wither and the plant will wilt and die. Too much water applied too frequently deprives roots of oxygen leading to plant diseases such as root and stem rots. The type of plant, plant age, light level, soil type and container size all will impact when a plant needs to be watered. Choose the planting site for your climber carefully: its long flexible stems may need some shelter, but planting right next to a wall might keep it from the sun or water it needs. Make sure that there’s room for the climber to grow when it gets tall, and remember that it will grow towards the sun unless carefully trained. Be sure you will be able to manage the plant once it becomes tall, or that if it has a mind of its own, it won’t become a problem. Young plants need extra phosphorus to encourage good root development. Look for a fertilizer that has phosphorus, p, in it(the second number on the bag.) Apply recommended amount for plant per label directions in the soil at time of planting or at least during the first growing season.
Select a support structure before you plant your climber. Common support structures are trellises, wires, strings, or existing structures. Some plants, like ivy, climb by aerial roots and need no support. Aerial rooted climbers are fine for concrete and masonary, but should never be allowed to climb on wood. Clematis climbs by leaf stalks and the passion flower by coiling tendrils. Akebia and wisteria climb by twining stems in a spiral fashion around its support.Pinching is removing the stem tips of a young plant to promote branching. Doing this avoids the need for more severe pruning later on.Thinning involves removing whole branches back to the trunk. This may be done to open up the interior of a plant to let more light in and to increase air circulation that can cut down on plant disease. The best way to begin thinning is to begin by removing dead or diseased wood.

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