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Yellow bells

Allamanda spp.

Allamanda blanchetii by Jason Wehmhoener (CC BY 2.0)

Partial Shade
Moderate watering


USDA zone


Minimum temperature

Expected size





  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Yellow bells Overview

A genus of over 10 evergreen trees, vines and shrubs native to the Americas. Grown for their showy trumpet-shaped flowers, most are yellow in colour but some species are known to produce pink flowers and all species contain latex. Leaves are oppositely arranged or form whorls and flowers have 5 lobed sepals surrounding them. Naturally these species grow along riversides and other moist, bright open areas, disliking shade and requiring supported stems for optimal growth.

Common problems with Yellow bells

How to propagate Yellow bells


Softwood cuttings in spring or summer.

Other uses of Yellow bells

Grown for the trumpet shaped flowers. They are ideal for growing against walls or over fences.


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