The Tropic Escape® CollectionCreate your own paradise with hibiscus and mandevilla! Transform your patio or deck into a tropical hideaway with vibrant blooms. These spectacular sun-lovers produce bold, beautiful flowers in an amazing array of brilliant colors and bicolors. Hibiscus and mandevilla are ideal for beds, borders, and containers. Plant them -- and the relaxing tropical vibe will follow.
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Tropic Escape® Mounding Red MandevillaThere are two kinds of mandevilla -- those that climb and those that mound. Mounding varieties grow out rather than up, which makes them idea for containers, window boxes, or for mixing into a mixed garden bed. Or use this mounding, spreading beauty in the landscape in garden beds. Group several together for amazing, eye-catching impact.
The brilliant red, trumpet-shaped blooms of red mounding mandevilla will perk up your patio all summer long. This easy-care plant produces wave after wave of flowers from spring through fall! This bushy beauty will fill a pot with crimson bold blooms. It looks great as a standalone plant, or you can mix red mounding mandevilla with white sweet alyssum or petunias for a beautiful contrast.
Tropic Escape® Mounding Pink MandevillaYou’ll love the warm pink flowers of mounding pink mandevilla. This perky bloomer features a swirl of petals with a sunny yellow throat -- and a compact, bushy shape so you can grow it without a trellis.
This mandevilla is an ideal plant for planting along an entryway sidewalk, in the front of the garden, or to add extra color when combined with Tropic Escape® hibiscus varieties! The pink flowers of mounding pink mandevilla contrast well with yellow tropical blooms such as esperanza or yellow calibrachoa. Learn more! Pick the right mandevilla for you: See our Shopper's Guide to Mandevilla.
Tropic Escape® Mounding White MandevillaSnowy drifts of large white flowers appear on mounding white mandevilla throughout the summer. An easy-care vine, mandevilla grows best in full sun. This mounding beauty pumps out flowers as the weather heats up. Besides being constantly in bloom, mandevilla and has almost no insect or disease problems. Just plant and enjoy!
White mounding mandevilla offers gorgeous, pure white flowers all summer, no matter how hot and humid the weather gets. It’s perfect for adding a cooling touch to your tropical escape. And best of all the white flowers make a perfect pairing for any plant.
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Tropic Escape® Climbing Red MandevillaA flower factory! Climbing red mandevilla is in almost constant bloom. In fact, the plants produce so many blooms it’s often hard to see the foliage. Climbing red mandevilla makes a wonderful container plant if you train it up a small trellis anchored in the center of the pot. Team it with trailing annuals such as verbena, petunia, or calibrachoa for a spectacular show.
Spectacular and easy to grow, climbing mandevilla develops wave after wave of bright red, 4- to 6-inch-wide flowers. This vigorous bloomer can grow 15 feet tall, and will quickly smother a fence or wall with color. Plant it in a sunny spot near a trellis or arbor and let it scramble over the top. Climbing mandevilla thrives in hot weather and will bloom right up until frost.
Tropic Escape® Climbing Pink MandevillaSmothered in bloom! Climbing pink mandevilla offers clear pink petals and a sunny yellow throat. Each flower is simply breathtaking, but when the plant is in full bloom, its beauty will nearly stop traffic. Pink climbing mandevilla produces tendrils that climb upward. Plant mandevilla at the base of a fence or arbor and watch it make a vertical tableau of bloom by midsummer.
See a patio planting plan featuring climbing pink mandevilla on a trellis here.
Tropic Escape® Climbing White MandevillaClimbing white mandevilla is an ideal plant for night gardens, those areas of the yard that you use primarily after the sun goes down. Evening meals al fresco will be enhanced when you plant this flowering climber on a trellis against a house or an arbor over a patio entryway.
White flowers, especially larger ones like mandevilla produces, are visible at dusk and after dark -- like little beacons of light. Add twinkle lights into an arbor with climbing white mandevilla and you’ll enjoy hours of beauty long after dark all summer long.
Tropic Escape® Beachside Bubbly HibiscusYou’ll do a double take when the flowers of Beachside Bubbly hibiscus burst into bloom. This gorgeous hibiscus develops large, champagne-yellow flowers with reddish pink centers. These flowers are so bright you can even see them at night. Beachside Bubbly hibiscus requires a sunny spot and regular watering to keep it in top form. Learn more about watering plants here.
Tropic Escape® Blushing Bellini hibiscusThe blushing pink flowers of Blushing Bellini hibiscus add pastel softness to beds and borders. This prolific bloomer makes an excellent container plant on a sunny porch or patio, too. Before frost, you can move this beauty inside for the winter and enjoy it the following year. Not sure how to pick out the best hibiscus? See our Hibiscus Shopping Guide.
Tropic Escape® Pineapple Mule HibiscusAdd the flavor of the South Pacific to your landscape with Pineapple Mule hibiscus. With large disks of golden flowers, this beauty is ideal for containers or planted in a garden bed. The beautiful flowers have a darker orange center with a large showy stamen. For a bold look, use several Pineapple Mule hibiscus along a garden path. Or, pot them up to flank your entry with spectacular color.
Tropic Escape® Rose All Day HibiscusNonstop color! That’s what you get with Rose All Day hibiscus. This vigorous variety is a flower factory, developing wave after wave of clear pink flowers with dark rose centers throughout the summer. Rose All Day makes an excellent container plant by itself or mixed with annual flowers, such as verbena and calibrachoa.
Tropic Escape® Tequila Sunrise HibiscusJust like the cocktail, Tequila Sunrise hibiscus offers the hint of tropical sweetness and mystery. Enjoy the warming rays of a tropical sunrise in your own backyard with Tequila Sunrise hibiscus. This gorgeous hibiscus develops clear orange petals with warm hints of golden yellow. The bright yellow stamens add an exclamation point of beauty.
Tropic Escape® Beachfront Cosmo HibiscusLike a Caribbean sunrise, the flowers of Beachfront Cosmo hibiscus gently unfurl, revealing golden yellow rays suffused with a pink center. Plant this easy-care beauty in pots around your deck, patio, pool, or spa. Imagine a group of three Beachfront Cosmo hibiscus right outside your back door on your patio -- instant tropical decor!
Tropic Escape® Moonlight Mai Tai HibiscusA stunning addition to any garden, Moonlight Mai Tai hibiscus develops sumptuous swirls of peach and apricot semi-ruffled petals. This lovely hibiscus is pretty enough to stand alone, but looks even better planted in groups of three or more in beds, borders, or large containers.
Tropic Escape® Monsoon Mixer HibiscusHave you ever stood in awe as a storm rolls in on a sunny afternoon? Blue-gray clouds mix with the yellow rays of the sun creating an unforgettable light show. If you love the drama of that event, then Monsoon Mixer hibiscus is the plant for you. Amber petals are washed in pale blue. Simply stunning! If you are looking for a plant with the “wow” factor, Monsoon Mixer delivers.
Tropic Escape® Peach Bellini HibiscusBig, big blooms! Peach Bellini, like the cocktail, offers a little sparkly sweetness to a garden. Large peach blooms are set against dark green foliage. These flowers really pop! Combine Peach Bellini hibiscus in a container with cascading bright yellow flowers, such as calibrachoa, planted around the base.
Tropic Escape® Sex on the Beach HibiscusTransform your patio into Caribbean paradise with the sumptuous two-toned flowers of Sex on the Beach hibiscus. Named after the trendy beach drink made with cranberry and orange juice, the blooms pick up the same red and orange color theme as the drink. The flowers of this hibiscus are like beacons of light. This bright beauty produces large swirly flowers all summer. Tropical hibiscus can grow outside all year round in warm climates and can be brought indoors for the winter in cold climates.
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South Pacific Sipper HibiscusSimply swoonable blooms! The huge, double flowers of this tropical hibiscus unfurl day after day -- all summer long. The sweet, soft pink color of South Pacific Sipper adds cool pastel panache anywhere you plant it -- in beds, borders, and containers. Use this beauty to infuse Caribbean flair on your patio or deck.
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