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Noun1.Mandevilla - genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sapMandevilla - genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sap
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
Apocynaceae, dogbane family, family Apocynaceae - chiefly tropical trees or shrubs or herbs having milky juice and often showy flowers; many are sources of drugs
Dipladenia boliviensis, Mandevilla boliviensis, white dipladenia - shrubby climber having glossy leaves and white funnel-shaped flowers with yellow throats
Chilean jasmine, Mandevilla laxa - woody vine of Argentina grown as an ornamental for its glossy leaves and racemes of large fragrant funnel-shaped creamy-white flowers
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Once all risk of frost has passed, plant subtropicals, including angel's trumpet, canna, ginger lily (Alpinia), and mandevilla.
Climbers like hoya and stephanoides are soaring skywards, as are the lovely Mandevilla splendens in pinks, reds and whites.
At the front of the building, a trellis is planted with mandevilla, which grows quickly and greets visitors with vivid color and a faintly sweet scent.
Replacing Mandevilla Restaurant, the space has been redecorated with dark wood floors, tables and chairs along with a new kitchen.
A SIZZLING red conservatory plant, Mandevilla `Brazilian Jasmine', is available this month.
Here's a list of vines that will soften the hard lines of a wall and provide a splash of color: bougainvillea, Confederate jasmine, allamanda, coral vine, mandevilla, thunbgergia, passion flower, honeysuckle, Virginia creeper, flame vine, bleeding heart, potato vine, trumpet vine.
Calycine colleters mostly in alternisepalous groups or in continuous ring, more rarely solitary and episepalous; corolla usually divided into narrow lower tube and expanded upper throat, mostly infundibuliform or tubular campanulate, more rarely tubular or salveriform; corolla-lobe aestivation dextrorse; distinct corona usually absent; stamens mostly inserted at base of throat; lignified guide rails long, well developed; style head with neither basal collar nor upper wreath, with 5 arms, which usually project from lower part (arms forming long ridges for most of length of style head in Mandevilla and Macrosiphonia) to which anthers are attached; stigmatic zone confined to re gion on underside or lower region of style head.
Set out tropicals and subtropicals such as bougainvillea, hibiscus, and mandevilla to be established over the warm season.
Just the other day I spotted a Mandevilla vine so dense with pink flowers that you could not see the leaves.
Robert Small, Professor, Cal Poly, Pomona; Mike Stepanovich, Wine Columnist, Bakersfield Magazine; Tom Sweet, Restaurateur, Mandevilla Restaurant; Steve Thomas, Mildara Blass Wines.
Other datum, not quite agreeing with a monophyletic evolution for the group, is the upwardly directed sterile placenta margins of Secamone, a character apparently shared with Mandevilla Lindley of the Apocynoideae (Mandevilla is also interesting because it produces unusual disk-like glands that resemble the translator apparatus of the Periplocoideae).