Rio™ Dipladenia Plants | Vibrant Blooms



• Easy care  • Drought tolerant  • Non-stop blooms

Rios produce beautiful bright blooms and lush foliage yet are hardy enough to thrive in non-tropical climates all season long, from mid-May to mid-October. They are both the perfect bedding plant and an outstanding accent for hanging baskets or planters. Tropical plants and cooler weather may seem like an unlikely combination, but the Rio dipladenias are heat and cold tolerant.

Rio in the Garden

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Rio in the Garden

with Frankie Flowers

Rio Bedding

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Rio Dipladenia Flowers

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Get Growing

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Rio Dipladenia Tubers

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DIY Rio Planter

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Introducing Rio White

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Green White Rio

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Frequently Asked Questions

Large bushel of pink rio dipladenias in a green pot surrounding by green leaves

Yes, Rio Dipladenias are surprisingly hardy and can thrive in non-tropical climates. They perform well from mid-May to mid-October, even in cooler weather, as they are both heat and cold tolerant.

Rios will not survive a freeze.

Rio Dipladenias require very little watering. They have built-in water storage in the form of tubers, which store water beneath the soil. This makes them an excellent choice for gardeners who might not be able to water their plants frequently.

Rio Dipladenias bloom best in full sun, requiring a minimum of 4 hours of direct sunlight per day. They should be planted at the same soil depth as in the pot and spaced 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm) apart if planted in beds. They grow to a height of 12 to 24 inches (30 to 60 cm).

Yes, they are low maintenance and easy to care for. They are drought tolerant and do not require deadheading, as old blooms will fade and fall off naturally.

Yes, in regions where temperatures drop below 45 degrees F (7 degrees C) in winter, it’s advisable to bring Rio Dipladenias indoors. They should be placed near a window with all-day sunlight and watered only when the top 2 inches (5 cm) of soil begins to dry out.

Yes, the blooms of Rio Dipladenias attract butterflies and hummingbirds, making them a great addition to any garden for nature lovers.

Rio Dipladenias are available in white, pink, and deep red trumpet-shaped blooms, offering a variety of options for gardeners and landscapers.

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