Mandevilla vine

Among the garden’s most elegant vines, mandevilla offers stunning trumpet-shape flowers in shades of pink, white, or red. It’s the perfect plant for creating a lush, tropical look. Mandevilla is usually grown as an annual, though it can be overwintered indoors in a bright spot. Note: All parts of this plant are poisonous.

First planted in 2014. I relocated the pot to the shady side yard. I grow it in a 5-gallon container. Next year I will train it up the trellis with the pomegranate.


TYPE: Annual, Perennial, Vine
HEIGHT: Under 6 inches to 20 feet
WIDTH: Climbs to 20 feet
FLOWER COLOR: Pink, Red, White
SEASONAL FEATURES: Fall Bloom, Summer Bloom
SPECIAL FEATURES: Good for Containers, Low Maintenance
ZONES: 10-11

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