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Yellow Mandevilla (Mandevilla sanderi) is a tropical plant, known for its trumpet-shaped bold yellow flowers and blue-green foliage. This dramatic statement plant will bring a tropical feel to any outdoor space it is planted in. Native to South America, Mandevilla thrives in warm, humid weather.
Also known as Rocketrump, they are fairly low-maintenance vines that grow very well with other flowers. They can grow up to 20 feet high when planted in humid weather and full-sun areas of a landscape. They are great pollinators and attract butterflies and hummingbirds. These plants are also deer and rabbit resistant.
|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 Yellow Mandevilla
Be sure to read our planting instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant for years to come!
How do I fertilize Yellow Mandevilla?
We suggest fertilizing your Yellow Mandevilla plant every two weeks during their blooming season. They do great with a simple all-purpose fertilizer.
What type of light is best for Yellow Mandevilla?
When planted outdoors, find a spot for your Mandevilla to get a bit of shade throughout the day. Too much direct sunlight will burn their flowers and foliage. If planted indoors, find a well-lit area, but not direct sunlight. They enjoy humid air so you are more than welcome to place them outside during the summer for them to thrive.
How do I plant Yellow Mandevilla?
When planted outside, it is best to do so during the spring. As mentioned, this plant is native to South America which means it grows best in temperatures of 70 degrees or above. It is important to note they will die if outside temperatures drop under 50 degrees for too long. If potted, its typically recommended to repot every 1 to 2 years directly before the spring blooming season.
How do I water Yellow Mandevilla?
Interestingly, this tropical vine is drought-tolerant and does well when planted in dry soil. Typically your plant will do fine when watered once a week. Best practice is to check if the 1 to 2 inches of soil are dry, if so, it's time to water. If you notice any wilted or sagging leaves this could mean your plant is under-watered. However, be sure not to over-water to avoid downy mildew.