Affectionately known as bush dipladenias, these charming little climbing plants produce an abundance of trumpet shaped flowers all through summer and autumn. They are evergreen and can be kept as low shrubs by pruning off any growth that has a tendency to climb. Alternatively, give them a means of support and they can grow to a much larger proportion, producing a lot more flowers.
They grow in full sun or dappled shade, need well drained soil and grow best in pots or containers.
Mandevilla sanderii is available in a range of colours from white to red with many shades of pink.