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Mandevilla Plants

Mandevilla plants, also known as rocktrumpet, are a popular choice for those seeking vibrant and showy blooms to add a touch of tropical flair to their gardens or indoor spaces. With their trumpet-shaped flowers and lush foliage, these fast-growing... Read More

Mandevilla plants, also known as rocktrumpet, are a popular choice for those seeking vibrant and showy blooms to add a touch of tropical flair to their gardens or indoor spaces. With their trumpet-shaped flowers and lush foliage, these fast-growing climbers are sure to make a statement.


There are several types of Mandevilla, with the most common being the Dipladenia and the Mandevilla. The main difference between the two lies in their growth habits: Dipladenia plants have a bushier, more compact growth, while Mandevilla plants are natural climbers with twining stems.


Mandevilla plants grow best when provided with at least 6 hours of sunlight and regular watering. Allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings will keep your roots healthy. Feed your plant with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer every two weeks during the growing season and prune in early spring to encourage new growth and maintain its shape.


Mandevilla can be grown both in containers and in the ground. When planting in a container, ensure that it has adequate drainage holes and is at least 12-14 inches in diameter. When planting in the ground, choose a spot with well-drained soil and good sun exposure. Plant the Mandevilla at the same depth as its container and water thoroughly for the first two weeks after planting.


Mandevilla plants are a beautiful and versatile choice for adding color and tropical charm to your garden or indoor space. With proper care, a variety of colors and types to choose from, and easy availability, these stunning plants are sure to make a statement in any setting. Buy your Mandevilla today!

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