How to Plant and Benefits Alamanda

How to Plant and Benefits Alamanda
Glance vines flower is similar to a trumpet flower (Mandevilla). Alamanda is also known as Yellow Bell, Goden Trumpet or Buttercup Flower.

Alamanda flower plant belongs to the family Apocynaceae, Alamanda is generally yellow and have three major species, namely: species Nerrifolia bright yellow Allamanda, Allamanda cathartica Yellow colored, yellow and purple Purpureceae Allamanda. Alamanda currently farmed produce more varied colors such as white, orange, purple or pink.

Alamanda is a plant originating from South America or Central. In the wild, this plant grows along the cliffs and the outdoors.

Alamanda (Allamanda Cathatical L) in addition to function as a shade or shade plants, propagated to a fence or wall and can also be grown in pots. Alamanda can be propagated by seed or cuttings, and not too difficult to care. Importantly, Alamanda enough water and get direct sunlight. If the conditions are suitable, Alamanda will grow and bloom throughout the year.

Although in the study said that all parts of this plant are poisonous, Alamanda is known to have some medical functions. Her roots are believed to be used to fight jaundice while the flowers used to prevent complications with malaria and enlarged spleen. Alamanda sap has anti-bacterial properties. However, all of this would be proven in laboratory tests.

Allamanda genus name comes from Dr. Frederich Allamanda (1735-1803), a Swiss botanist late 18th century. Canovanas city, a city in the Caribbean Islands Puerto Rico make Alamanda flowers Carthica as official interest because throughout the city and the river flow was filled by this plant.

Cultivation plants 
Plants reproduce alamanda
can be a way: stem cuttings. alamanda plants that have a lot of sap, to stem cuttings before planting in the media try to sap had dried out, and then rubbing the tip cuttings with a fungicide. use of media materials that are shaft (if flushing water quickly disappears).

Alamanda grafting generally easier than
stem cuttings. This is about flowers alamanda


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