Mandevilla Yellow Plant

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Mandevilla is a perennial plant that is vine-like with yellow flowers similar to Allamandas. It has almost neon yellow flowers throughout. This plant’s foliage is oval, simple (no lobes), glossy, and yellowish-green. In rare instances, the leaves can be matted with fine hairs.

details & care
  • Water:               Moderate
  • Light:                Full sun/ partial shade
  • Growth Rate:      Fast
  • Air Purifying:      No
  • Pet Friendly:       No
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Mandevilla Yellow Plant, and Care Guide

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Mandevilla Plant Care Guide

Sun and Partial Shade: Outdoors, Mandevilla yellow likes full sun in cooler microclimates and partial shade in areas with very hot weather. Indoor plants enjoy bright light, with either direct or indirect sunlight. In the summer, the plant does best with some afternoon shade, whether indoors or out.

Regular Watering: Mandevilla yellow prefers regular amounts of water, whether indoors or outdoors. So, water your plant weekly with a deep soaking until you see moist soil, or water draining from container plants. 

Keep the soil moist, but not overly wet, and make sure it’s well-draining; reduce watering during the winter when growth slows down, allowing the soil to dry out more between watering.

If it takes longer than 30 seconds for the water to soak into the soil, consider repotting or replanting the plant. Add sand or perlite to the soil for good drainage, and make sure plant containers have good drainage holes.

Fertilizer:  Feed your plant every two weeks during the growing season with an all-purpose fertilizer or with one higher in phosphorus than other nutrients

Pests and Disease: Mandevilla yellow are not plagued by serious diseases, however, they can become infested with whiteflies, spider mites, or mealybugs. So, check your plant every few weeks to look for bugs or larvae, and cut off any diseased leaves or stems. If you notice bugs, hose them off with a strong spray of water, or you can use an insecticidal soap or oil as directed on package labels.

Growing tips for Mandevilla Yellow Plant

  • Before watering, check the moisture in the soil.
  • Water when the topsoil (1-2 inches) is dry.
  • Keep the plant in direct and bright light.
  • Do not re-pot this plant for a minimum of 2 weeks after receiving it.
  • Mandevilla yellow are vines so they will need some kind of support in order to grow as best they can. Hence, make sure to provide a trellis or some other support for your Mandevilla yellow vine to grow up.

Additional information

Plant Name

Mandevilla Yellow Plant

Common Name

Dipladenia, Brazilian jasmine, Mandevilla

Native Area

Tropical America

Plant Size

6-12” Inch

Difficulty Level

Easy to Grow

Bloom Time

Summer

Soil

Sandy,well-drained

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