Dipladenia Sanderi is a climber with flowers in the form of white, pink, red or yellow bells.
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Dipladenia Sanderi plant is a semi-evergreen native to tropical forests of South America, and on the apolynaceae family.
Although it is a climbing, its stems also hangs over, so it needs support. Begin to lose its leaves and flowers when the temperature starts to come down to 12 °, 10°c, which is a good moment to clean the plant and shape it.
With the arrival of the warm weather its leaves and flowers will start to sprout. Its growth is relatively fast, so we can feed it with a micro nutrients fertilizer to give energy.
Plant your Dipladenia Sundeville in a rich substratum with a good drainage system, and try to keep moisture on the atmosphere and in the substratum.
Keep an eye on your Dipladenia Sandeville to avoid and control mealy bugs attacks.
Some varieties are:
"dipladenia boliviensis", "dipladenia splendens", "dipladenia sanderi" (which is a more often called "mandevilla".
|Height||Up to 5m.|
|Color||Pink, Red flowers|
|Flowering||Spring and summer.|
|Irrigation||Moderated, the substrate must be humid but without flooding.|
|Applications||It is used as an outdoor climber and also with a lot of light can be inside.|
|Others||Cannot withstand temperatures below 7ºC.|
|Sales format||Pot 17/20cms|
|Note||Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.|