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Botanical Name: Mandevilla splendens
Common Name(s): Mandevilla
Categories: Climbers and Creepers
The trumpet shaped flowers are pink with yellow centres, borne in late Spring to early Summer. It has dark green, elliptical or rectangular foliage. For best flowering, plant in full sun but will tolerate part shade.
Synonym: Dipladenia splendens
Botanical Pronunciation: man-de-VILL-uh SPLEN-denz
This plant bears pink, trumpet shaped flowers with yellow centres, borne in late Spring to early Summer.
This plant has dark green, elliptical or regtancular foliage.
This plant has a spreading growth habit.
Interesting Planting Ideas
Let Mandevilla drip from an arbour or garland on your front porch or entryway.
Needs adequate moisture, but can survive short droughts. Prefers well drained soil.
Plant in full sun for best flowering but will tolerate part shade.
Some parts of plant are poisonous if ingested.
Uses in landscape design
Mandevilla plant is most popular for growing on trellises, fences, screens, posts, lattice, porches or anywhere else it can climb.