How to care for your Mandevilla
When it comes to this tropical plant, there’s no need for a green thumb. We grew your Mandevilla from a tiny seedling into a robust flowering plant. Put her in a sunny place and watch her bloom. Then just sit back and enjoy! Mandevillas gorgeous blooms never fail to delight. Despite being relatively low-maintenance, there are some things you can do to keep your Mandevilla healthy and happy. Keep reading for our top tips!
From us, for you
As the leading Mandevilla expert, we know everything about this gorgeous plant. We’d love to share our knowledge with you so you know how to keep your Mandevilla happy and healthy year-round! Our cultivation expert Tim shares his tips for caring for your Mandevilla. You can read them in our Mandevilla care blog.
Remove your Mandevilla from the box and put it outside. The sun is an important source of energy and will help your plant grow and bloom.
Find the perfect spot for your Mandevilla in your garden or on your terrace or balcony. Remember: Mandevillas love sunshine!
Water your Mandevilla once a week (if it hasn’t rained).
As you know, Mandevillas are easy plants to care for. However, a little extra attention will make them grow stronger and flower longer! Good nutrients can make a world of difference. In our care blog, we explain the difference between granular and liquid fertilisers and recommend specific brands. A happy Mandevilla will grow tall and strong. Feel free to use bamboo climbing sets to train your plants.
The Mandevilla helpdesk
If your Mandevilla is struggling, you may notice yellow or dropped leaves. We’ve listed the most common causes of yellow leaves and explained what you can do about it. Mandevilla is a visually striking garden and balcony plant that can attract insects and pests, such as aphids. There are many different species of aphids, all of which are easy to get rid of. Follow our tips and watch them disappear!
For dedicated Mandevilla fans
Are you a true Mandevilla fan with a green thumb? Do you want to get the most out of your plant? You can! It’s not easy, but it is possible to propagate new plants from cuttings. Are you up for the challenge? We can help you with our Mandevilla cutting tips! You’ve enjoyed your beautiful Mandevilla all summer long and now it’s time to say goodbye. Or is it? Mandevillas don’t like frost, but you can help them overwinter. While it’s certainly not easy, it’s definitely possible! We do this every year in our nursery and can tell you how to do the same thing at home. Are you up for the challenge?