The Q&A Archives: Replanting Allamandas

Question: I dug up my three allamanda plants for the winter. They are in pots in my garage. When should I put them back in the ground for the summer?

Answer: When night temperatures remain above 60F, you can safely replant your allamandas. Allow them partial shade for the first week, or until it's clear that they are growing well - a sign that the roots are back in business!

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