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Multicolored Mandevilla (Mandevilla sanderi) is a tropical plant, known for its trumpet-shaped bi-color flowers and blue-green foliage. Well-loved for its deer and rabbit resistance and ability to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. This South American native plant is sure to add a dramatic statement to any landscape.
They do best in warm and humid weather and are decently low-maintenance vining plants. They grow very well with other flowers and can grow upwards of 20 feet tall. They also thrive in containers and planter beds.
|Mature Height:||20 Feet|
|Mature Width:||3 Feet|
|Soil Condition:||Moist, well-drained soil|
|Water Requirements:||Medium watering|
|Uses:||Grows well indoor and outdoor as a climbing vine|
How to Care for Multicolored 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 Multicolored Mandevilla?
If you plant your Mandevilla indoors find a well-lit area that is not in direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will cause potential for their leaves to burn. When planted in a garden, find a place that gets a bit of shade throughout the day. Keep in mind, if you live in a warm climate summer area, you can bring your potted plant outside to grow and thrive!
How do I water Multicolored Mandevilla?
We suggest watering Mandevilla once a week. Not sure if it's time to water? If your plant is planted, check 1 to 2 inches deep in their soil, if it's dry, you can water. If your plant is potted, check your soil 1/2 inch deep, if it's the same, go ahead and water. If your plant has recently been repotted, water every 5 days for a month.
How do I plant Mandevilla?
If your Mandevilla is potted, repot it every 1 to 2 years just before the spring blooming season. They are typically indoor plants if you live in a cooler climate. If you live in a warmer, more humid climate, you can plant in the early spring. Keep in mind that they will die if planted in a climate that can reach temperatures 50 degrees or lower for a long period. They do best in temperatures of 70 degrees or above.
How do I fertilize Multicolored Mandevilla?
We recommend fertilizing your Multicolored Mandevilla plant every two weeks during the blooming season with an all-purpose fertilizer.