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John Rickard

(Mandevilla, Sun Parasol® White Mandevilla)

The large blooms of Mandevilla Sun Parasol® White add a flash of white to sunny garden spots. This twining hybrid vine has shiny green lance-shaped leaves and bears many long-lasting, large white blooms with yellow throats. This Suntory introduction is fast growing and ideal for garden trellises and containers with support.

Mandevilla are tropical favorites that originate from Central and South America. The woody vines are evergreen and have glossy green, opposite leaves that...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Mandevilla)

This well-behaved bushy beautiful vine has lots of long-lasting blooms to dazzle the eyes. Mandevilla ‘Sunmanderemi’ is sold under the name Mini Sun Parasol Crimson or Sundaviller Pretty Red and is a complex hybrid of several Mandevilla species. It is grown for its abundant moderately-sized blooms of rich crimson red. The vines are well-branched, compact and hardy with small dark green leaves with a reddish tint. They are fast-growing and ideal for garden trellises and containers...

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Yoder Brothers

(Mandevilla, White Delite Mandevilla)

The lovely blooms of Mandevilla 'White Delite' add cool flash to sunny garden spots. This twining hybrid vine has shiny deep green lance-shaped leaves and bears many long-lasting, large blooms of white with yellow throats. Sometimes the flowers have a pale pink flush. 'White Delite' was bred by Richard J. Henny of Tavares, Florida and was chosen as a seedling of a self-pollinated Mandevilla 'Alice DuPont.'

Mandevilla are tropical favorites that originate from Central...

(Mandevilla)

These vigorous vines offer dazzling big, beautiful, long-lasting blooms. Hybrids in the Sun Parasol® series have large blooms in brilliant shades of true red, pink and white. The vines are bushy, hardy and have large, lustrous, dark green leaves. These Suntory introductions are fast growing and ideal for garden trellises and containers with support.

Mandevilla are tropical favorites that originate from Central and South America. The woody vines are evergreen and have glossy green, opposite...

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Grandiflora

(Mandevilla, White Mandevilla)

This vigorous vine offers big, beautiful, long-lasting white blooms. It is a tropical garden favorite that is native to Bolivia and Ecuador where it exists in moist montane forests.

White Mandevilla is evergreen and has glossy green leaves that are elliptical to oblong with pointed tips. The leathery foliage exudes milky sap when broken or wounded. The fabulous flowers are tubular to funnel-shaped with five broad, spreading petal lobes. They are medium-sized and white with yellow throats....

(Mandevilla)

Originally from the hills above Rio de Janeiro, Mandevilla sanderi is not found in the wild anymore. However, it is a favorite of gardeners in warm climates. Mandevilla is an evergreen, woody, twining vine with glossy, medium sized, oblong to elliptic green leaves. The fabulous, fragrant flowers are large, bell-shaped and pink or white with white and yellow throats. They occur in clusters of three to five in profusion during warm weather, scattered flowers appear throughout the year. Many cultivars...

(Mandevilla, Scarlet Pimpernel® Mandevilla)

The fragrant blooms of Mandevilla sanderi ‘Cerise’ add bright color to sunny garden spots. This twining hybrid vine has shiny deep green lance-shaped leaves and bears many long-lasting, large blooms of cerise red. It was discovered by Jens Petersen as a color mutation from Mandevilla sanderi ‘Red Riding Hood.’

Originally from the hills above Rio de Janeiro, Mandevilla sanderi is not found in the wild anymore, however it is common in cultivations The woody vines are...

(Mandevilla, My Fair Lady™ Mandevilla)

The lovely blooms of Mandevilla sanderi My Fair Lady™ add a bright flash to sunny garden spots. This twining hybrid vine has shiny deep green lance-shaped leaves and bears many long-lasting, large blooms of white. It was selected by Ole Christensen in Aarslev, Denmark, from several of naturally-occurring mutants of Mandevilla sanderi. Originally from the hills above Rio de Janeiro, Mandevilla sanderi is not found in the wild anymore, however it is common in cultivations...

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Grandiflora

(Little Red Riding Hood, Mandevilla)

Originally from the hills above Rio de Janeiro, Mandevilla sanderi is not found in the wild anymore. However, it is a favorite of gardeners in warm climates. Little Red Riding Hood has fabulous, fragrant flowers that are larger that other mandevillas. They are bell-shaped and hot pink to red with yellow throats. The flowers occur in clusters of three to five in profusion during warm weather, scattered flowers appear throughout the year. The leaves are evergreen, glossy, medium sized, oblong...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Mandevilla, Pink Mandevilla, Shining Mandevilla)

A Brazilian native, shining mandevilla is an evergreen, woody, twining vine with glossy green leaves and fuzzy young stems. New growth may be slightly bronze. Large rose-pink, funnel-form flowers with white and yellow throats occur in clusters of three to five during warm weather. Many cultivars are available, including red-flowered, white-flowered, and variegated selections.

The shining mandevilla undergoes best growth in full sun and moist, well-drained soil. It needs support to climb, so plant...