Bougainvillea. Espalier Trained in Cerise and Lilac.
Bougainvillea is an evergreen ornamental vine producing masses of vibrantly coloured flowers lasting for long periods of time. Flowering in flushes, they can even in winter if kept above 10 degrees. Espalier trained plants give a formal structural element to any garden, whilst also giving the benefit of being easy to place without taking up too much space.
Perfect for growing in pots adding showstopping colour to any conservatory, warm greenhouse or bright room. They can also be placed outside through summer.
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BOUGAINVILLEA. Espalier Trained.
Latin Name: Bougainvillea.
Common Name: Bougainvillea, Paper Flower
Origin: Central and South America.
Hardiness: Protect from frost. Keep above 10 degrees in winter to prevent leaf drop. Leaves will grow again when temperature rises.
Growth Characteristics: Espalier trained. Fairly quick growth rate. Evergreen. Beautiful clusters of flowers. Flowers in flushes for long periods of time. Keep Pot Bound.
Sunlight: Bright spot.
Pruning: Prune in early spring before the new growth starts as Bourgainvillea flower on the new wood. Can be lightly pruned after each flush as this encourages more flowers.
Soil: Any. Well drained soil.
Moisture: Water regularly during growing season, sparingly in winter.
Feeding: Feed once a week during growing season, but not onto dry roots, water day before.
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