• WordNet 3.6
    • n Mandevilla genus of tropical South American tuberous perennial woody vines with large racemose flowers and milky sap
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n mandevilla A genus of American apocynaceous plants of the tribe Echitideœ and the subtribe Euechitideœ. The flowers grow in simple racemes, and have a funnel-shaped corolla, a calyx with five scales or an indefinite number of glands, and a disk which is five-parted or has five scales. They are tall climbing shrubs, with opposite feather-veined leaves, and simple racemes of yellow, white, or rarely violet flowers, which are usually large and showy. About 30 species have been described, from Mexico, the West Indies, and tropical America. M. suaveolens, known as the Chili jasmine, is remarkable for its very fragrant snowy-white flowers, and is common in cultivation.
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Mandevilla vines give gardening possibilities.
GroLink, Green Fuse, Fides, Flamingo Holland, Ball Horticultural Co. 'Alice Dupont' mandevilla, GroLink.
I found my first ready-to-pick green bean, the first red Celebrity tomato and the first flower open on my mandevilla.
'Sun Parasol Garden Crimson' Mandevillas.
A finished mandevillas tray and its large flowers.