Our Favorite Flowers: Mandevilla

A beautiful late-spring bloomer.

Mandevilla Flowering Vine

Mandevilla Flowering Vine

The blooms of mandevilla first appear in late spring and can last until frost.

The blooms of mandevilla first appear in late spring and can last until frost.

Mandevilla is popular for its lovely blooms in pink, yellow, white, red or dark red. Plant this fast-growing, twining vine in full sun and in well-draining soil. It’s either deciduous or evergreen, depending on species. You can use mandevilla to decorate a garden arbor, as a spread over garden fences or in containers.

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