Mandevillas are tropical climbing plants, sun to part sun, propagate by
cuttings. More info? Call your local library, still the best info source
on the planet(they've got the internet, too, and usually know tricks that
the general public doesn't on information gathering).
You'll have to cut 'em back and bring 'em in for winter, and they'll need
the sunniest place available, and/or lighting supplimentation.
Diane Dodge, RCMG(not to be confused with RCMP)
>From: "Zepharene" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [cg] Mandevilla
>Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2001 10:01:27 -0500
>Need all information on Mandevillas. Bulb? growing care, propagation,
>outdoor to indoor transferring for hard winters. Where to buy more. We
>received our first one from our Aunt inTexas and we just love it. Have
>been on National Site for Q&A but the site shut down some error on it.
>Would appreciate your help. We want to have more of thes beautiful plants
>and even in different colors.
>Thank you for you help.
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