Allamanda

 

There are a dozen of Alamandas coming from tropical America. They belong to the oleander family and as in many other plants from this family, they have a thick, milky, toxic sap. The genus is named after the 18th century Swiss doctor, Frédéric-Louis Allamand, who was physician in the Dutch navy, and travelled to Surinam.

Species and varieties
Allamanda blanchetii (Purple Allamanda)
Allamanda cathartica (Golden Trumpet)
Allamanda oenotheraefolia (Golden Trumpet Bush)
Allamanda schottii (Bush Allamanda)
Allamanda neriifolia synonym of Allamanda schottii (Bush Allamanda)
Allamanda violacea synonym of Allamanda blanchetii (Purple Allamanda)

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