Botanical name: Mandevilla 'Sundaville Red'
Other names: Sundavilla 'Crimson Fantasy', Red mandevilla, Dipladenia 'Red', Chilean jasmine 'Sundaville Red', Mandevilla 'Sunmandecrim'
Variety or Cultivar: 'Sundaville Red' _ 'Sundaville Red' is an evergreen, semi-climber with deep green eliptical leaves and red flowers with overlapping petals, blooming from spring until late summer.
Mandevilla 'Sundaville Red' is: Evergreen
Flower: Red, Crimson in Spring; Red, Crimson in Summer; Red, Crimson in Autumn
Foliage: Green in All seasons
Habit: Branching, Climbing
Toxicity: Sap may irritate skin. If injested may cause stomach ache.
Pruning: Pinch off tips of new stems to induce dense growth. In early spring before growth begins, prune by removing old, crowded stems and shortening others.. REGISTER to read more...
Propagation methods: Seed, Semi-ripe cuttings, Softwood cuttings. REGISTER to read more...
Mandevilla 'Sundaville Red' (Chilean jasmine 'Sundaville Red') will reach a height of 0.5m and a spread of 0.5m after 2-3 years.
Suggested uses: Conservatory, Containers, Hanging baskets, Indoor, Sub-Tropical
Cultivation: Plant under glass in loam-based compost in full light and good ventilation, or outdoors in warm, sheltered frost-free spot. Needs to be moved inside over winter and reduce watering.
Soil type: Loamy, Sandy
Soil drainage: Moist but well-drained, Well-drained
Soil pH: Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Light: Full Sun
Aspect: South, East, West
Hardiness: Indoor heated (H1), Indoor unheated (H2)
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my company is one of cutting(rooted & unrooted) plants exporter. Sundaville is one of our potential plant for export. this time we got difficulty in propagation and it is not able to form root. i could like to ask you to give me solution to root formation specially on types of media and temprature..
in general aprefereble habits of Sundaville.
What causes the yellow leaves? What can I do to correct this problem?
Have grown the plant in est facing conservatory since August. With cold weather brought it into the house. Leaves are turning yellow - what should I do? When is the best time to repot the plant?
can you tell me how to take cuttings from the plant that I have and how to cultivate. Also do I need to bring the one that I have indoors for the winter. Thanks in advance for your help.
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