Chilean Jasmine Requirements - Knowledgebase Question

Visalia, CA
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Question by highbird
March 20, 2001
What soil is required for mandevilla laxa and what light exposure does it require? What zone is it suited to survive?

Answer from NGA
March 20, 2001
Mandevilla laxa, or Chilean jasmine is a deciduous vine, twining to 15' or more. Provide full sun and rich, moist soil. Prune it down to the ground in the winter or it will become a tangled mess. The plant is hardy to about 15F. If winter weather threatens to dip that low in your garden, place a protective mulch over the roots of your plant.

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