Dwarf allamandas grow at a moderate rate and you can easily keep them 2 to 2-1/2 feet tall.
Plant in a full to partial sun location to get the most bloom.
These are evergreen but cold-sensitive shrubs that will only do well in Zone 10.
In more inland areas of Zone 10A where winter temps can be colder, cover the plant if there's a threat of frost.
See the Cold Protection page for tips.
Moderately drought-tolerant, they need to dry out a bit between waterings and will not survive in wet areas.
Dwarf allamanda will flower during the warm weather of spring, summer and fall.
Info credit: south-florida-plant-guide.com