Questions tagged [mandevilla]

Mandevilla is a genus of plants belonging to the the dogbane family, Apocynaceae. It consists of about 100 species, mostly tropical and subtropical flowering vines. Mandevilla species are native the Southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America and South America. Many originate from the Serra dos Órgãos forests in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The genus was named after Henry Mandeville (1773-1861), a British diplomat and gardener.

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Mandevilla with leaves browning/dropping

I recently purchased 2 mandevilla from an Amish Greenhouse & repotted them with moisture control potting soil and empty plant containers to take up space/allow drainage. They get full afternoon ...
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Why is my Mandevilla losing leaves?

I have Mandevilla plants in containers outdoors in Northern California. They are 5 years old and each spring and summer, leaves in the middle of the vine turn yellow and drop off. I've repotted them ...
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What are these orange insects under the leaves of my mandevilla?

First, I'll set the scene: Location: South Florida Temperature: 75°F - 85°F most days Rain: Had been fairly dry until the last couple days Affected plant: Mandevilla with yellow flowers Story: ...