The Q&A Archives: Growing Mandevilla

Question: Do they need alot of sun? can i care for them in a small condo, if i have no place to plant them except a pot?

Answer: Yes, you can grow a mandevilla in a pot. Ideally, mandevillas are best grown outdoors in part sun-part shade, then moved indoors in late summer and early fall when daytime temperatures fall into the 60?s. When outdoor temperatures warm to the 70?s in late spring, mandevillas are moved outdoors again. Evergreen throughout the year, mandevillas features light-green elliptical leaves and spike-like clusters of funnel-shaped blossoms at the tips of branches (shoots). Enjoy!

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