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Image of Mandevilla boliviensis photo by: Grandiflora

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...

Image of Mandevilla splendens photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

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...

Image of Mandevilla x amabilis photo by: TL

TL

(Mandevilla)

Grown for its spectacular blooms, this showy vine is a popular choice for warm gardens and containers. Mandevilla x amabilis is a hybrid of the showy Brazilian native, Mandevilla splendens (plus an unknown second parent), and produces an abundance of large, showy flowers. The plants are evergreen, frost tender and woody.

The vining stems of hybrid Mandevilla are lined with deep green leaves that are glossy, oval and held opposite to each other. When broken,...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Alice du Pont Mandevilla, Mandevilla)

The classic hybrid Mandevilla‘Alice du Pont’ offers an abundance of large, showy, radiant pink flowers all season long. This timeless Longwood cultivar is one of the most popular mandevillas in cultivation and was named for the wife of Longwood's founder, Samuel DuPont.

Grown for its spectacular blooms, this showy vine is a popular choice for warm gardens and containers. Mandevilla x amabilis is a hybrid of the showy Brazilian native, Mandevilla splendens...

Image of Mangifera indica photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Mango)

Mango trees are long-lived, large and bear the queen of tropical fruits. They are evergreen and native to tropical Asia, particularly the area from eastern India to Myanmar, and produce luscious sweet mangoes when mature.

This fruit has been cultivated for centuries. It is said that Buddhist monks brought the fruit to Malaya and eastern Asia sometime during the third or fourth centuries. The trees spread throughout the subtropical and tropical regions of the world as global exploration expanded....

(Mango, Manila Mango)

The mango ‘Manila’ is a popular variety thought to originate from a Mexican seedling of unknown parentage. Its small to medium-sized fruits are produced earlier than others and have a sharp flavor. They are flattened, long, and somewhat kidney-shaped and have fibrous, rich butter yellow flesh when ripe. The trees are smaller than most mangoes, which makes them ideal for the home garden.

Mango trees are long-lived, large and bear the queen of tropical fruits. They are evergreen and native to...