What is the plant
Bougainvillea is not a typical houseplant. In its natural form, it is a sprawling climber and shrub with formidable thorns. It is suited to a somewhat arid, subtropical-to-tropical climate. These are grown indoors for colourful frowers.
Bougainvillea tropical vine-like shrubs are quite drought tolerant, love the sun, and pack a huge punch of color. They grow effortlessly in mild winter areas of California, Florida, Texas, Hawaii, and along the Gulf Coast, and can be grown in containers elsewhere. Bougainvillea plants are vigorous growers that can become overgrown if not kept in check; but they offer a dazzling color show nearly year-round in warmer climates. During bougainvillea's blooming season, its insignificant flowers are surrounded by bracts of blazing color in bright purples, pinks, oranges, and other hues. As an added bonus, these plants are easily trimmed and trained and, with an experienced hand, can make a striking container plant indoors for all those who find it appealing but don't live in a climate that will support bougainvillea outdoors all year long.
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