[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]
[Dipladenia]

Dudu [Dipladenia]

Dipladenia sanderi

Write a review
Regular price R 129.00 Save R -129.00
/



Only 1 items in stock!

Also known as the Brazilian Jasmine, Dipladenias produce vibrant tropical flowers on elegantly vining stems. Dipladenias enjoy bright morning sun outdoors, or a warm bright spot indoors by a north facing window. They're perfect for hiding ugly walls or just to add a splash of colour to the patio. This is a compact variety, reaching 2m high under optimal conditions. 

Comes in a 20cm grow pot.

Flat shipping rates apply per order (add more plants & pay the same on shipping). Gauteng R79. Rest of South Africa R119 (Except Limpopo, Mpumalanga & Northern Cape R149).

FREE DELIVERY on orders over R1000! Read our shipping policy here.

Caring for Dudu

Light

Dipladenias love basking in lots of light for optimal flowering, however they are prone to heat stroke and don't like the sun's hottest rays blazing down on them all day. A spot where it gets morning sun or dappled shade is ideal. Also beware of growing it against hot west-facing walls.

Water & humidity

Newly planted Dipladenias like remaining slightly moist during the flowering season, which lasts throughout summer & autumn. Mature plants can dry out a bit more. Mulching with bark chips is essential for maintaining healthy moisture levels, especially when grown in a pot.

Feeding

Dipladenias enjoy regular feeding. An organic fertiliser for fruit and flowering is ideal. 

Planting & potting

Use a good potting soil, rich in nutrients. Avoid planting into a pot that's way too big, as the plant will spend more energy prodcing roots than flowers. If re-potting, go one size up, choosing a pot that's wider rather than deeper, so the plant doeans't use unecessary energy growing long roots.

Atrium Top Tip

Mulch, mulch, mulch. This plant is not frost tolerant, so bring it inside in winter if it's in a pot, or cover with frost cover.

Quirky plant fact

Dipladenias are closely related to the Mandevilla family, which were first discovered in the 1800s in Brazil. 

You may also like