Mandevilla

including the former Dipladenia

Family: Apocynaceae


Given our harsh conditions, growing plants well in containers can be difficult, especially in full sun positions. Dipladenia (now actually included in the genus Mandevilla) are ideal for growing in containers in our climate. They are weak climbers but can be kept pruned to a shrubby form

Other Mandevilla have a more vigorous climbing tendancy.

More information in future updates. Meanwhile, check out the links at the bottom of the page.

More Online Information


The following are for general information, research and ideas - some species or cultivars referred to in links are will not be available in Australia
Mandevilla UF/IFAS Center for Landscape Conservation and Ecology, University of Florida
Mandevilla sanderi 'Sun Parasol Crimson' Cal's Plant of the Week, University of Oklahoma
Mandevilla, Dipladenia, Pink-Allamanda (Mandevilla splendens, Syn Dipladenia splendens) Online Manual of Subtropical Landscaping Plants, Palm Beach Community College, Florida
Mandeville Washington State University Clark County Extension
Nonstop blooms make Mandevilla unbeatable (Mandevilla 'Alice du Pont') Mississippi State University
Mandevilla Production Guide (Mandevilla 'Alice Dupont') University of Florida, USA
Mandevilla Yields Top Summerlong Color Office of Agricultural Communications Mississippi State University, USA
Common Crow Butterfly Australian Museum Online [reported on Mandevillea laxa)
Saving Tropical Plants Over the Winter Tips for those in cold climates, with special reference to mandevillas (dipladenia). University of Illinois
Mandevilla subsagittata (Ruiz & Pavon) Woodson Flora of Kaxil Kiuic, Yucatan, Mexico

Possible misspellings: Mandevillea, Mandevillia, Mandivilla, Mandivillia
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