Common name: rock trumpet, Chilean jasmine
Scientific name: Mandevilla
|Plant type||Flowering plant|
|Flower color||The beautiful tubular flowers range in color from yellow to orange or red.|
|Attract||Hummingbirds and butterflies|
|Origin||Mandevilla is originated from both south and Central America.|
When does the Mandevilla vine plant bloom?
Blooming on the trumpet vine plant takes place throughout summer and into fall, though blooming may be limited for those planted in shady locations.
How to care for the Mandevilla vine plant?
Bright light with some direct sunlight. Plants that don’t get sufficient light will grow tall and leggy, with few blooms.
Water thoroughly and allow the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings.
Feed every 2 weeks with a high-phosphorous fertilizer while plant is growing and flowering.
If relative humidity falls below 50%, use a cool-mist room humidifier or place the pot on a tray of wet pebbles.
Average to warm 65-85°F/18-29°C
Use a fast-draining potting mix. You can use an all-purpose mix and add a little perlite.
Read more about the Dogbane family (Apocynaceae)
We have multiple articles on plants within the Dogbane family.
- Mandevilla vine Plant
- Dipladenia plant
- Mandevilla sanderi: Brazilian jasmine
- Dipladenia plant- Mandevilla sanden
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