DIPLADENIA MANDEVILLA SUNDAV. - info
DIPLADENIA MANDEVILLA SUNDAVILLA
It was called Dipladenia, a name still much used, but now its botanical name, the current is Mandevilla. It esistone many varieties, among which at a commercial level, you are stating the Sundavilla.
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- Direct sun or half shade
- Recommended temperature
- Greater than 3 °C
- Wait until the ground is dry. To make sure scrape and probe with your fingers a couple of centimetres below the surface of the ground.
- Flowering season
- April May June July August September October
- Season of Availability on the market - in Bloom with forced cultivation
- April May June July
- Mandevilla is derived from John Mandeville (1773-1861), british ambassador in Argentina, who introduced in Europe. Dipladenia comes from the Greek "diplos" double " and "aden" gland, because of the presence of two glands in the ovary.
- Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, The West Indies.