Bougainvillea (Dwarf Bougainvillea)
- Plant Care
Dwarf bougainvillea provides glorious color to your landscape without the rampant growth of full-size varieties. It grows in tufts of thickly covered branches. It does have thorns, but is so covered by foliage that they are insignificant. The habit of this variety is definitely more of a bush rather than a vine.
Bougainvillea is an incredible addition to any landscape. This show-stopping beauty produces constant blooms that inspire garden envy. Vibrantly coloured bracts of Bougainvillea brighten warm greenhouses and conservatory borders during the summer. These tropical climbers are suitable for large containers placed in the garden during summer but must be kept frost-free in winter.
- The most important factor for proper bougainvillea care is providing sufficient sunlight. They require at least six hours of full sun.Bougainvilleas are pretty drought tolerant and don’t ask for frequent watering.Although bougainvillea vines tolerate many types of soil, they prefer loamy soil that contains clay, sand, and silt in equal parts.15 - 35 °CFertilize your bougainvillea every month with balanced, all-purpose fertilizer.
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