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Bougainvillea Bush

“The bougainvillea is a truly amazing flower. No other plant will do as much for you as this one.” – Christian Dior


Bougainvillea Bush

Bougainvilleas are beautiful vine-like shrubs that come in a variety of vibrant colors and make for a stunning statement in any home or garden. They prefer mild winter areas and can grow against a fence, building, on a trellis, in containers or as a hedge.
Bougainvillea thrives in full sun and needs at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day for optimal growth and blooming
How many times a year does a bougainvillea bloom?
The plant usually produces three rounds of vibrant blooms in spring, summer and autumn. If you don’t have growing space or live in a suitable climate, you can plant bougainvillea in a pot.
Does bougainvillea need a trellis?
Depending on the variety, it can be grown on a trellis or over an arbor, against a building, fence, or wall, in containers, as a hedge or ground cover, in tree form, and as a bonsai. Bougainvillea species and varieties can grow from 1′ to 8′ to 30′.

3 Gallon, 7 Gallon, 15 Gallon

Color - Bougainvillea

Barbara Karst (Red), Blueberry Ice (Variegated Purple), California Gold (Yellow), Elizabeth Angus (Dark Purple), Flame (Orange), Hawaiian Torch (Pink), Helen Johnson (Dwarf Dark Pink), Imperial Thai Delite (Cream with Pink), James Walker (Peach to Pink), Key West White, New River (Purple), Raspberry Ice (Variegated Pink), Silouette (Lavender), Sundown (Orange), Vanilla (Variegated White)

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