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Sundaville® Double Blush Pink

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About Sundaville® Double Blush Pink

Enjoy cream-pink flowers and emerald green leaves from early summer to autumn.

Sundaville® Double Blush Pink

Sundaville® Double Blush Pink

If you're a flower lover, you're in for a treat with the Sundaville® Double Blush Pink. This stunning plant features cream-pink flowers that contrast elegantly with the emerald green leaves, making it an eye-catching addition to any home or outdoor space.

Common Names:

  • Sundaville® Double Blush Pink
  • Mandevilla Sundaville® Double Blush Pink

Blooms From Early Summer to Autumn

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink is a perennial that blooms from early summer to autumn, providing a long-lasting source of beauty and joy. This plant is native to tropical and subtropical regions and is widely enjoyed for its vivid color and delicate petals.

This perennial is a hardy plant that is easy to care for and can thrive both indoors and outdoors. Its charming blooms make it a popular choice for gardeners and horticultural enthusiasts around the world.

Eye-Catching in Hanging Baskets or Planters and Pots on Terraces and Balconies

These plants are versatile and can be used in a variety of ways, whether as an indoor plant or as an outside plant in tropical climates it can bloom just as beautifully. Its trailing stems make it perfect for hanging baskets or planters and pots on terraces and balconies. Used as a trailing beauty it can grow up to 3 feet in length.

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink is beloved by many, thanks to its striking appearance and easy care requirements. It requires minimal maintenance, making it perfect for busy gardeners or those who are new to houseplants or outdoor potted plants.

FleuroStar 2023 Winner

The FleuroStar Award is an election during the annual FlowerTrials in the Netherlands and Germany for the pot or bedding plant with the greatest "wow" factor and commercial value. In 2023, this plant was declared the winner of the FleuroStar Award.

Care Tips for Sundaville®

Sunlight:

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink requires ample sunlight to thrive. It's best to place it in a sunny spot where it can receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. If you're growing it indoors, place it near a south-facing window or use a grow light to supplement its light requirements.

Water:

Water the Sundaville® Double Blush Pink when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch. It's important not to overwater this plant, as it can be sensitive to root rot. When watering, make sure to thoroughly saturate the soil and allow any excess water to drain away.

Humidity:

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink prefers moderate to high humidity levels. If you're growing it indoors, consider using a humidifier or placing a tray of water near the plant to increase the moisture in the air.

Temperature:

This plant thrives in warm temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius (60-80 °F). Keep it away from drafts, as it can be sensitive to sudden temperature changes.

Soil:

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink prefers well-draining, slightly acidic soil. Add perlite or sand to improve drainage if necessary. A water-soluble fertilizer can be used during the growing months, in spring and summer, to enhance the plant's growth.

Propagation:

The Sundaville® Double Blush Pink can be propagated through stem cuttings in the spring or early summer. Take a 10-cm (4-inch) stem cutting from the parent plant, strip the leaves from the lower half, and place it in a container with moist potting soil, placed in a well-lit area. Keep the soil consistently moist but not wet, keep an eye out for any new growth signaling successful rooting.

Common Problems and Pests:

While the Sundaville® Double Blush Pink is generally low-maintenance, it can be susceptible to pest infestations. Keep an eye out for spider mites, mealybugs, or whiteflies, and treat accordingly with an insecticide or with neem oil as a natural, organic pest repellent.

If the leaves begin to curl up or look unhealthy, overwatering or underwatering could be the cause. Check the soil and adjust the watering accordingly. With proper care, the Sundaville® Double Blush Pink should grow beautifully and thrive.

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