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Mandevilla is a tropical climbing vine that adds a dramatic statement to any patio. Commonly known as ‘Rocketrump’ this plant grows well with other flowers, and blooms constantly in warm temperatures. This easy to grow plant attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, and is deer/rabbit resistant.
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Mandevilla is a tropical plant, known for its trumpet-shaped bold white, red, or bi-color flowers and blue-green foliage. Native to South America, this plant is sure to add a dramatic statement to any outdoor space to help create a tropical feel. Rocketrump thrives in warm, humid weather and is fairly low maintenance.
This tropical twining vine grows well with other flowers, and can grow up to heights of 20 feet with the proper care and attention. Mandevilla grows well in containers and in planter beds.
- Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
- Easy to grow
- Deer and rabbit resistance
- Prefers full-sun and humid weather
|Mature Height:||20 Feet|
|Mature Width:||3 Feet|
|Flower Color:||Red, white, bi-color|
|Soil Condition:||Moist, well-drained soil|
|Water Requirements:||Medium watering|
|Uses:||Grows well indoor and outdoor as a climbing vine|
How to Care for Mandevilla Plant
What type of light is best for Mandevilla?
If indoors, select a well-lit area for your Mandevilla, but not in direct sunlight. Mandevilla enjoys humid air so place it outside during the summer for best results. If planting outdoors, select a spot that gets a bit of shade throughout the day.
How do I fertilize Mandevilla?
We recommend fertilizing your Mandevilla climbing vine plant every two weeks during the blooming season with an all purpose fertilizer.
How do I water Mandevilla?
Surprisingly, this tropical vine is drought-tolerant and can sustain itself in dry soil. We suggest watering Mandevilla once a week, but check that the soil is dry ½ inch (if potted) or 1 to 2 inches (in the ground) before watering. If you’ve recently re-potted this plant, water in small amounts every 5 days for about a month. If your plant has wilted or sagging leaves, stunted growth, or lower brown leaves it’s a sign that your plant is under-watered. Be sure to not over-water your plant to avoid downy mildew.
How do I plant Mandevilla?
Mandevilla is usually an indoor plant in cooler climates, but it can be grown outdoors. If potted, we suggest repotting every 1 to 2 years prior to the spring blooming season. If planting outdoors, it’s best to do so during the spring. As mentioned, this plant is native to South America so it’s best to grow outdoors in temperatures of at least 70°F. Mandevilla plants will die outdoors if temperatures drop under 50°F for long periods of time.