Mandevilla SunParasol Garden Crimson_Z6S4096

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Mandevilla hybrid

The First True Bedding Plant Mandevilla

The first bedding plant mandevillas are naturally compact and look exquisite in planted landscapes. They are typically bred in 4-inch pots and are known for ease of growing and higher disease resistance.

Height: 12 to 18-inches
30 to 46-centimeters
Spread: 18 to 24-inches
46 to 61-centimeters
Seasons: Spring, Summer
Colors: Crimson
Light Levels: Sun
Vigor: Vigorous
Earliness: Mid
Habit: Upright
Usage: Container Gardens, Gardens, Hanging Baskets, Landscapes, Pollinator Plant
Media: Well-drained peat/perlite mix
pH: 5.5 to 6.0
Fertilization: Medium | 250 ppm
Light: High
Water: Well-Drained to Dry
Growing Temp Day: 65°F to 75°F | 18°C to 24°C
Growing Temp Night: 65°F to 75°F | 18°C to 24°C
Pinching: Necessary to improve branching. Wait until the plants are fairly well-rooted before pinching.
Pests: Mites are the prime pest. Aphids, thrips, and whiteflies.
Diseases: Good airflow helps prevent foliar leaf spot. Watering in the morning helps, too. Prevent Fusarium and Botrytis by keeping plants dry in the winter
Crop Timing from Rooted Liners:
Other Varieties in the Series:
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