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Apricot Mandevilla is a tropical plant, known for its trumpet-shaped bold peach 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.
This tropical twining vine grows well with other flowers and can grow up to heights of 20 feet with the proper care and attention. These plants are deer and rabbit resistant while attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Mandevilla grows well in containers and in planter beds as long as they are given full sun and placed in humid climates.
|Moist, well-drained soil
|Grows well indoor and outdoor as a climbing vine
How to Care for Apricot Mandevilla
Be sure to read our planting instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant for years to come!
What type of light is best for Apricot Mandevilla?
If potted indoors, select an area that is well-lit but does not receive any direct sunlight. If you live in a climate that gets humid during the summer, take your Mandevilla outside and watch it thrive. When planted outside, choose a spot of your garden that gets a bit of shade throughout the day.
How do I fertilize Apricot Mandevilla?
We suggest fertilizing your Apricot Mandevilla climbing vine plant every two weeks during the blooming season with an all purpose fertilizer.
How do I water Apricot Mandevilla?
We suggest watering Mandevilla once a week due to its ability to be drought-tolerant. It is smart to check if the soil is dry 1 to 2 inches down before watering. If it is potted, check 1/2 inch down in the soil. If you have recently repotted your plant, water in small increments every 5 days for around a month. Be sure not to over-water your plant to avoid any possibility of downy mildew. However, if your plant's leaves are brown and sagging your plant could be underwatered.
How do I plant Apricot Mandevilla?
When potting a Mandevilla we suggest repotting every 1 to 2 years right before their spring blooming season. This will allow them plenty of time to reestablish before they blossom. If planted outdoors it is best to do so in the spring. Native to South America, this plant does best in outdoor temperatures of at least 70 degrees. Do not plant outdoors if your climate can drop below 50 degrees for long periods of time.