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bobjoy
Compton, MD

October 24, 2011
1:06 PM

Post #8861832

Can you save the tubers of Mandevilla in a frost free place and reuse them in the spring?
tonileland
Uncasville, CT
(Zone 6a)

October 24, 2011
1:53 PM

Post #8861892

My understanding is that you can overwinter a Mandevilla in warmer regions, but I tried it in Ohio and, even though I brought it into the house, it failed. I don't know about using the bare-root process. You might look at one of the forums with gardeners in the southern states. If anyone would know, they would. Good luck!
bobjoy
Compton, MD

June 27, 2015
5:26 AM

Post #10101862

Thank you , belated, I just saw this. I gave a mandevilla to a Mennonite nursery and they managed to keep it alive . It grew around the front part of the shop witch had lots of sun. And was part of a green house.

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