Mandevilla suaveolens / Mandevilla laxa landscape
 

Mandevilla suaveolens / Mandevilla laxa

Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid.

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Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Chilean Jasmine
Planting notes. Plant the vine in a warm and sunny spot — consider west- or south-facing walls for additional reflected light and heat to promote flowering. Provide rich soil and water and fertilize regularly when it's flowering — no need when dormant. If the plant becomes too tangled or messy, thin it or cut it back in late winter. It will resprout in spring.Chilean Jasmine's tolerance of and ability to flower under cooler conditions make it a wise choice for temperate garden climates. Hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit, Chilean Jasmine can survive outdoors all year in mild weather. In colder regions, treat the plant as an annual or bring it inside over the winter. More:See more great design flowers and plants, grasses and trees

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satwell421 added this to satwell421's ideas
October 19, 2013
Jasime
ebfey added this to Garden design/inspiration
July 17, 2013
Planting notes. Plant the vine in a warm and sunny spot — consider west- or south-facing walls for additional reflected light and heat to promote flowering. Provide rich soil and water and fertilize regularly when it's flowering — no need when dormant. If the plant becomes too tangled or messy, thin it or cut it back in late winter. It will resprout in spring. Chilean Jasmine's tolerance of and ability to flower under cooler conditions make it a wise choice for temperate garden climates. Hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit, Chilean Jasmine can survive outdoors all year in mild weather.
thekarenursic added this to karen's garden
April 25, 2013
chilean jasmine
silohouse added this to silohouse's ideas
April 17, 2013
more chilean jasmine
tldaye5 added this to Gardens
November 28, 2012
Chilean Jasmine
gennygreen added this to gennygreen's ideas
October 29, 2012
Chilean Jasmine: to chilly for it?
paulaym added this to paulaym's ideas
October 7, 2012
great climber and smells delightful
pahogan added this to plants
October 6, 2012
chilean vine/psj/ac evergreen
sitarih added this to sitarih's ideas
August 7, 2012
Chilean Jasmine as wall climber
rappk added this to rappk's Ideas
August 3, 2012
Back fence, maybe?
shirleys55 added this to shirleys55's ideas
July 8, 2012
vine
jobreen added this to Garden Spaces
July 1, 2012
Garden
jjschneider4 added this to front yard
June 27, 2012
Jasmine
birdiee added this to my garden
June 24, 2012
where to plant chilean jasmine.
Rhonda Keyes added this to Rhondak7's gardening
June 16, 2012
Planting notes. Plant the vine in a warm and sunny spot — consider west- or south-facing walls for additional reflected light and heat to promote flowering. Provide rich soil and water and fertilize regularly when it's flowering — no need when dormant. If the plant becomes too tangled or messy, thin it or cut it back in late winter. It will resprout in spring. Chilean Jasmine's tolerance of and ability to flower under cooler conditions make it a wise choice for temperate garden climates. Hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit, Chilean Jasmine can survive outdoors all year in mild weather. In colder regions, treat the plant as an annual or bring it inside over the winter.
dallasmozart added this to dallasmozart's ideas
June 13, 2012
Plant this
coreyandcobie added this to coreyandcobie's ideas
June 13, 2012
planting notes
lisaguidry added this to gardens
June 13, 2012
mandevilla laxa : Chilean jasmine fragrant
lyvigil added this to landscaping ideas
June 13, 2012
Planting notes. Plant the vine in a warm and sunny spot — consider west- or south-facing walls for additional reflected light and heat to promote flowering. Provide rich soil and water and fertilize regularly when it's flowering — no need when dormant. If the plant becomes too tangled or messy, thin it or cut it back in late winter. It will resprout in spring. Chilean Jasmine's tolerance of and ability to flower under cooler conditions make it a wise choice for temperate garden climates. Hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit, Chilean Jasmine can survive outdoors all year in mild weather. In colder regions, treat the plant as an annual or bring it inside over the winter.
Janie Wood added this to mishoo13's Favorites
June 13, 2012
Scented White
rkingsbury added this to rkingsbury's ideas
June 13, 2012
Plant the vine in a warm and sunny spot — consider west- or south-facing walls for additional reflected light and heat to promote flowering. Provide rich soil and water and fertilize regularly when it's flowering — no need when dormant. If the plant becomes too tangled or messy, thin it or cut it back in late winter. It will resprout in spring.
kuyktama added this to kuyktama's ideas
June 13, 2012
good for our empty trellis
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