Replanting Allamandas - Knowledgebase Question

Lockport, LA
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Question by tiger488
March 7, 1998
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?


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Answer from NGA
March 7, 1998
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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