Climbers

Dipladenia sundaville

The climbing plants called Dipladenia sundaville

Climbing plants of the species known as Dipladenia sundaville belong to the Apocynaceae family and are native to the southern American continent. This denomination characterizes the different hybrid varieties and cultivars, which are more resistant to sunlight. Evergreens to be cultivated for ornamental purposes, they are characterized by the abundant flowering they produce starting from summer and which lasts until the arrival of the autumn season. The flowers are funnel-shaped, slightly perfumed and with a drooping appearance. They can be of different colors, white, pink and red, in many different solid or variegated shades. The habit is shrubby and the young specimens need support to develop. The foliage is glossy, compact and leathery with a lanceolate shape, dark green.

Cultivation techniques of the Dipladenia sundaville species


Dipladenia sundaville plants can be grown in the open ground, only in regions with a mild and temperate climate. In fact, these plants fear the winter seasons below ten degrees and it is necessary to shelter them from the cold currents, placing them in more protected areas. They tolerate the hot summer seasons without too much difficulty, the important thing is that good environmental humidity is guaranteed, aided by frequent nebulizations of the foliage. They love bright exposures but not direct sunlight, a half-shade place helps the abundant floral production. Irrigation is regular and very frequent, starting from spring and throughout the summer. To support growth and obtain a luxuriant plant, it is advisable to administer periodically, with the vegetative restart,

The cuttings, method of propagation of Dipladenia sundaville plants


The propagation technique by cuttings allows to obtain identical specimens with respect to the mother plant. The buds are selected in spring or during the summer season, they must be a maximum of ten centimeters long. It is necessary to eliminate the excess leaves near the base of the cut and before planting the cuttings, it is advisable to treat the wounds with rooting and pesticide powder. Subsequently, they can be stored in individual containers filled with peaty soil and coarse sand. The ideal temperature, to favor the rooting, is around twenty-five degrees, the new plants should be placed in not too bright places. After a short time, the emission of new leaf buds confirms the

The different hybrid varieties and cultivars of Dipladenia sundaville


The Dipladenia sundaville climbing plant species includes several hybrid varieties and cultivars obtained through crossbreeding and genetic selection. Such as the particular Dipladenia sundaville Red Star which stands out for the rich production of bright red flowers variegated with white. Or the so-called Dipladenia sundaville Beauty Burgundy, with the typical inflorescences that are characterized by the particular vermilion red. Compact habit and abundant blooms with pink petals, for the selection called Dipladenia sundaville Rose star. Dipladenia Grand White has white flowers while the specimens of Dipladenia sundaville Grand Red produce crimson red ones, both hybrid selections of climbing plants have larger inflorescences than the other varieties.

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