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How to grow Mandevilla vine | Dipladenia

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How to grow Mandevilla vine | Dipladenia

The most attractive tropical climbing vine is native to South America, this flower adds to the beauty of the garden. Mandevilla is perennial blooming in warm weather. In some places, it is grown as an annuity or a houseplant because it dies only after the first frost falls. This beautiful vine is well-known and can be planted in containers too. Its flowers look very attractive with bright pink glowing green leaves and add a beautiful landscape. Mandevilla plants prefer the presence of the full sun. If you are a resident of cold areas, you can shift them inside during the fall. According to the US Department of Agriculture hardiness zones, 8 to 10 grows outdoors very well. Nature Bring is giving you information on how to develop and care for it.

Classification

Scientific name                   Mandevilla (synDipladenia)

Common name                  Mandevilla

Plant type                           vine

Sun required                      Full Sun to part shade

Soil                                     Well-drained/ sandy soil

Soil PH                               6.6-7.8

Flower color                       Deep pink, Red, white

Blooming Time                  Mid to late summer to fall

Zone                                  8-10

 

Location and soil

Mandevilla prefers the full sun. Indoor plants also require direct or indirect sunlight. In the extreme summer season, this flourishes well in the afternoon shade. Sandy soil with good drainage is better for Mandevilla plants, for this, use rich soil, which contains a lot of organic matter. For this, Mix the sand with the potting mixture.

Watering

Mandevilla vine needs water on a regular basis, whether it is in indoor or outdoor. Give water in depth once a week, keep the soil moist but do not be soggy, for this you should arrange good drainage. In the winter when its growth slows down, cut it into the water. If soil takes more than 30 seconds to soak water, then repotting or replanting the plant, and adding too much sand to the soil.

Repot

Mandevilla is such a vine which is very well developed in a large container. The best time to repot in spring. At this time, you make a good drainage hole in a large pot and repot it.

Pruning

Pruning of mandevilla is necessary unless you make a large herd in your house. Pruning one-third in late fall to control its shape. It encourages further blooming and develops new branches. Yellow or dropped leaves in the plant are due to overwatering or colder, so keep the plants warm and cut back on the water.

Fertilizer

Use N-P-K fertilizers (10:10:10) to encourage the rapid growth of this plant. Use of high phosphorus in the proportion of (10:20:10), because during the summer season flower production is high.

Propagation by softwood

This vine is propagating easily by Softwood cutting or seeds, the most appropriate time to take the softwood cuttings is Spring and Early Summer. If at this time it is potted and it develops sufficient roots to survive in the winter. Softwood cutting from young plants makes it easy to grow roots.

Propagation by seeds

Spring season is considered most suitable if you want to grow it from seed. Sow the seeds at such times when the temperature is between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius.

Use

In zone 8 -10, it has excellent vine for fences, trellis, pergolas, fences or poles. It is an excellent container and greenhouse plant. Which is grown annually in many places?

Pests and diseases

Mandevilla vines are not at risk of any serious disease. But many insects like whiteflies, mealy bugs, and spider mites are so troubled. To protect it, Check you vine time to time, Cut the stem or leaf out when larva or bug showed on it. You use pesticide spray or Strong edge of the water when the insects appear. Use neem oil spray to prevent pest diseases.

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