Bougainvillea

The Bougainvillea is an immensely showy, floriferous and hardy plant. Virtually pest-free and disease resistant, it rewards its owner with an abundance of color and vitality when it is well looked after. The bougainvillea’s versatility is legendary. It can be coaxed into a small manageable pot plant or a sizeable tree, to spread itself vertically on a wall, or climb up a trellis and form a luscious crown or burst forth into graceful arches.

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 Bougainvillea plant is salt-tolerant, drought-resistant and survives in warm climates, it is commonly seen in warm coastal areas, such as southern California. Bougainvillea does well in larger plant containers on sunny balcony gardens, and they provide vertical interest to a small garden when grown up a trellis. Its heart-shaped leaves come in a variety of colors, including white, pink, orange and purple. There are many varieties of bougainvillea, including variegated and double-flowered cultivars. This plant will bring a splash of color to your balcony garden.

It is used as an ornamental plant which is used in many gardens and parks. It can also be used as a houseplant or a hanging basket where the temperature is cool. It is also grown on walls, containers/pots, fences or hedges.

Apart from beautifying your indoor and outdoor spaces, bougainvillea is also used to cure sore throat, diabetes, ulcers, leucorrhoea.

MAINTENANCE

Water: This plant is drought-tolerant and needs little water once it is established. In the warmer months, make sure your bougainvillea plant is well-watered but not overwatered. Overwatering causes the plant to lose leaves, wilt or not flower. Overwatering may also cause bougainvillea plant to die from root rot.

Fertilizer: Fertilize  bougainvillea plant often.

Pests and Diseases: Bougainvillea usually does not have any problems with insect pests or diseases, but worms, snails and aphids may attack this container plant.

Propagation: Propagate the bougainvillea plant with tip cuttings.

 

 


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