Pictogram Guide · Mouse over pictogram for definition

Urechites lutea, Vinca lutea, Pentalinon luteum, Yellow Mandevilla, Yellow Dipladenia, Wild Allamanda
Mandevilla x hybrida 'Summer Romance Vining Yellow'

Urechites lutea, Vinca lutea, Pentalinon luteum

Yellow Mandevilla, Yellow Dipladenia, Wild Allamanda
Family: Apocynaceae
Origin: Central America
Vine or creeper plantSemi-shadeFull sunModerate waterYellow, orange flowersPoisonous or toxicPlant attracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSeaside, salt tolerant plant

These yellow mandevillas (Urechites lutea,) thrive in full sun to semi-shade. They are best grown in well-drained soil, with moderate water. This vine or creeper is recommended for the garden, and can also be grown in containers. The yellow mandevilla is perfect for seaside and salt-tolerant plantings. The plant attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

When growing in cold regions, yellow mandevillas can keep in pots and brought indoors in cold season. During winter, keep the plants in a bright sunny area with temperatures above 50°F. If you are growing yellow mandevillas in containers, it is recommended to repot the plants every two years. Feed the plants with a fertilizer formulated for flowering plants every two weeks during the growing season; stop fertilizing during the winter months. Regular pruning will keep the plant tidy and encourage new growth.

Urechites lutea is a native to Central America and grown in USDA Zone 9-11. This plant is an ideal choice for adding year-round tropical beauty to any landscaping.

Similar plants:

Link to this plant: