Mandevilla Plants

Planting Mandevilla Outside

Anonymous added on July 31, 2015 | Answered

I'd like to plant 2 mandevillas on an wooden arbor on the north side of our house. That's the only place I have. Our winters can get down into the 30s at night. Will the plants survive if I cover them and keep them warm like a bougainvillea? Our summers get up into the 100 and above. Is this a good choice or should I plant the bougainvillea instead? They would get some morning sun, but mostly direct afternoon light. Thank you.

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Answered on August 1, 2015

No you would need to bring indoors if temperatures drop below 5o degrees.

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