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Maureen Gilmer

(Bougainvillea, Firemound Bougainvillea, Paperflower)

What a bright and vibrant bloomer! This compact bougie becomes a mound of red flame when in bloom. Its shiny foliage and compact size make ‘Firemound’ a perfect hybrid Bougainvillea for containers and small gardens. This cultivar has the same graceful arching branches as larger forms, but they are held low to the ground.

Bougainvillea is grown for its garishly bright blooms. The true flowers are small, tubular and inconspicuous but are surrounded by large, bright, papery...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bougainvillea, Helen Johnson Bougainvillea, Paperflower)

This dwarf bougie is one of the best for massing as a groundcover. It is a semi-vining woody shrub that becomes covered with vivid magenta blooms. The shiny deep green foliage and compact size of ‘Helen Johnson’ make it a perfect hybrid Bougainvillea for containers and small gardens. It has the same graceful arching branches as larger forms, but they are held low to the ground.

The garishly bright blooms of this tropical evergreen are the heaviest from late winter to spring, though...

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James Burghardt

(Bougainvillea, Imperial Delight Bougainvillea)

The genus Bougainvillea comprises about 18 species. They are woody, scrambling, thorny vines, shrubs and small trees native to South America. The genus is named for Louis Antoine de Bougainville, a French explorer who sailed around the world in 1767 and discovered the plant in the area of Brazil. There are several commercially important species and hundreds of cultivated varieties.

Generally, these plants are evergreen but some may be semi-evergreen for a short time during winter....

(Bougainvillea, Paperflower, Sweet Dream Bougainvillea)

The genus Bougainvillea comprises about 18 species. They are woody, scrambling, thorny vines, shrubs and small trees native to South America. The genus is named for Louis Antoine de Bougainville, a French explorer who sailed around the world in 1767 and discovered the plant in the area of Brazil. There are several commercially important species and hundreds of cultivated varieties.

Generally, these plants are evergreen but some may be semi-evergreen for a short time during winter....

Image of Bougainvillea arborea photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Bougainvillea, Tree Bougainvillea)

The genus Bougainvillea comprises about 18 species. They are woody, scrambling, thorny vines, shrubs and small trees native to South America. The genus is named for Louis Antoine de Bougainville, a French explorer who sailed around the world in 1767 and discovered the plant in the area of Brazil. There are several commercially important species and hundreds of cultivated varieties.

Generally, these plants are evergreen but some may be semi-evergreen for a short time during winter....

Image of Bougainvillea x buttiana photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Bougainvillea, Hybrid Bougainvillea)

Hybrid Bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber with sharp thorns and large, green, heart-shaped leaves. It was produced from the cross of Bougainvillea glabra and Bougainvillea peruviana. It is admired primarily for its abundant, colorful clusters of purple, red, hot pink or yellow bracts which are modified leaves that look like petals. The bracts surround small, cream to pink, tubular, true flowers whenever the weather is warm and dry.

Hybrid bougainvillea is typically...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bougainvillea, Lady Mary Baring Bougainvillea)

Hybrid Bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber with sharp thorns and large, green, heart-shaped leaves. It was produced from the cross of Bougainvillea glabra and Bougainvillea peruviana. It is admired primarily for its abundant, colorful clusters of purple, red, hot pink or yellow bracts which are modified leaves that look like petals. The bracts surround small, cream to pink, tubular, true flowers whenever the weather is warm and dry.

Hybrid bougainvillea is typically...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Bougainvillea, Thai Delight Bougainvillea)

Thai Delight bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber with thorns and green leaves and is grown primarily for its abundant, colorful clusters of pink and white bracts, modified, colorful leaves resembling flowers, from summer to autumn. Bougainvillea is a winter bloomer in subtropical and tropical climates.

Bougainvillea is typically a large plant with an open habit that requires pruning. Plant in full sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil. A period of dry conditions encourages...

Image of Breynia disticha photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Hawaiian Snow Bush, Snow Bush)

Snow Bush is a tropical shrub that is native to the Pacific islands of Melanesia. It is grown primarily for its showy foliage that is often variegated in shades of green and cream. The popular cultivar 'Roseopicta' has variegated foliage of pink, green and cream. In tropical regions it looks great all growing season and is well-suited for mixed beds and borders, and in temperate regions it may be grown as a tender perennial for containers. Overall snow bush does best in sites with part-sun and humus...

Image of Brugmansia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Angel's Trumpet)

The genus Brugmansia comprises five species of tropical small trees or large shrubs native to Central and South America. Known as angel’s trumpets, these plants are notable for their spectacular, pendant, trumpet-shaped flowers that often have a haunting, exotic fragrance.

Where hardy, these woody plants are evergreen or semi-deciduous, and often have an open habit and multiple trunks. The usually large, hairy leaves are borne alternately, and may be whole or with coarse, spreading...