Dipladenia 

Large flowers appear in Summer on the twining stems. Dipladenia can be grown as a climber, reaching 10ft or more, or it can be pruned back once flowering is finished in order to maintain it as a bush. Pink blossoms appear on the plant while it is still small, and glossy leaves make it attractive all year round.

TEMPERATURE:   Warm – minimum 55F in winter.

LIGHT:  Bright light or semi-shade – not direct sun.

WATER:  Water regularly from Spring to Autumn.  Water sparingly in winter.

AIR HUMIDITY:  Mist regularly, especially when in bud or flower.

REPOTTING:  Repot in Spring every year.

PROPAGATION:  Take stem cuttings in Spring. Use a rooting hormone and provide bottom heat.

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