Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of American apocynaceous plants of the tribe Echitideœ and the subtribe Euechitideœ.

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  • n. genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sap

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Examples

  • Steve Morris, a retired Navy officer, marvels at how well mandevilla vertically complements the color and scale of his gray stucco townhouse in Old Town Alexandria.

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  • My favorite plant this year is the small leafed coleus, crayola-green leaves with deep purple centers, tucked under the mandevilla and potato vine.

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  • There were anthuriums and a dozen species of climbing vines and lianas, morning glories, mandevilla, and philodendrons.

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  • In a lively panel discussion about new plants, Berg also showed off the compact, trailing Vogue mandevilla vines, which are recommended for hanging baskets and containers.

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  • Coming this spring is a new mandevilla that just may have you thinking of Old Glory.

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  • I received a beautiful Sun Parasol Crimson mandevilla plant for Mother's Day that I planted in the backyard.

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  • What kind of leaf fungus makes the leaves yellow with black spots on a mandevilla? en Español

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  • Eventually, sometime in mid-January, even the real prima donnas, like the mandevilla vine, start to shake off the sulks.

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  • Create a wall of dripping crimson with the Sun Parasol Crimson mandevilla pot and trellis that's both easy and convenient.

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  • Use a well-drained soil, fertilize every two to three weeks, and make sure your Sun Parasol Crimson mandevilla receives at least six to eight hours of sunlight each day.

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