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Mandevilla flowers add a tropical flair to nearly any landscape. So how do you grow mandevilla vines so you, too, can enjoy these tropical-like plants? We can help with that. The tips and information below includes all you need to care for mandevilla plants in the garden, as well as indoors.
There are several easy ways to start a new mandevilla plant, including seeds and softwood cuttings, but propagating mandevilla from tubers probably isn’t a viable method of propagation. Click here to learn more about mandevilla plant tubers.
If allowed to grow untended, mandevilla can start to get an unkempt appearance and not flower as much. This is why pruning mandevilla vines at least once per year is recommended. Learn more about how to cut back a mandevilla in this article.
A mandevilla vine can scramble over a slope as fast as it can climb a trellis, especially in areas where it is difficult to plant grass. Read this article for information about using mandevilla vines for ground covers.
When does mandevilla vine bloom? How long do mandevillas flower? All good questions, and the answers depend on a number of factors. Read this article for specific information about the mandevilla blooming season. Click here to learn more.
Mandevilla plants in winter survive the season in fine shape if you live in a tropical climate. However, if you live in a more northern climate, planting the vine in a container is the best way to go. Read this article for info on winterizing mandevillas.
Getting a mandevilla plant to bloom in tropical regions relies upon plenty of water and adequate sunshine. In cooler climates, it may need more babying. For a few tricks you can try if there are no mandevilla flowers on your plant, click here to learn more.
Feeding mandevillas nourishes the growth and bloom flushes. To learn more about fertilizing these vines, read this article. Click here to learn more about fertilizing these plants.
Unless you are in the tropical south, you will need to take in mandevilla as a houseplant. This plant has particular needs and in order to meet those needs, this article will help. Click here for more info.
Mandevilla vines are usually pretty easy to take care of, but keep an eye out for common diseases that can threaten the beauty of this plant. Read here for more information.
Easy and carefree, mandevilla vines rarely fail; when they do, it is often because of insect pests. Read this article to better understand mandevilla bug infestations and cures.
Dipladenia is similar to mandevilla vine and works outside in warm zones, or indoors as an accent houseplant. We will discuss the difference between dipladenia and mandevilla in this article.
The mandevilla often gets special attention from the enthusiastic gardener. Some are disappointed when finding yellow leaves on a mandevilla. The following article has some answers.
Mandevilla vine is known for its showy blooms. Learning how to propagate mandevilla is easy. Mandevilla propagation is accomplished by seed or cuttings. Click here to learn more about how to propagate mandevilla.