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Image of Bougainvillea spectabilis photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Great Bougainvillea)

Showy bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, climber with curving thorns and soft, green leaves with hairy undersides. Stems are also hairy. Breathtaking and abundant colorful clusters of pink or purple bracts appear seasonally, triggered by a cold temperature regime or, most consistently, during the dry season. Bougainvillea is typically a large plant with an open habit that requires pruning.

Plant in full sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil. Showy bougainvillea makes a colorful accent on...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Great Bougainvillea, Lavender Queen Bougainvillea)

Showy bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, climber with curving thorns and soft, green leaves with hairy undersides. Stems are also hairy. 'Lavender Queen' produces colorful clusters of lavender bracts seasonally, triggered by a cold temperature regime or, most consistently, during the dry season. Bougainvillea is typically a large plant with an open habit that requires pruning.

Plant in full sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil. Showy bougainvillea makes a colorful accent on walls or pergolas,...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Firecrackerbush, Scarlet Bouvardia, Scarlet trompetilla)

With glossy dark gray-green foliage, Firecrackerbush lives up to its moniker from summer to winter with clustered scarlet red flowers that look like elongated trumpets. A rather open-branched and free-formed evergreen shrub, it is native from the extreme southwestern United States into Mexico and Central America.

Its leaves are oval or lance-shaped, and dark-green with hints of gray-green. The tops of the leaves are glossy while the undersides are lightly hairy. At the tips of the branches, from...

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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...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dwarf Snow Bush, Snow Bush)

Dwarf snowbush is a tropical shrub that grows to two-feet and has ovate green and white leaves with a touch of pink. This plant has insignificant green flowers, but its showy foliage looks great all growing season. It may also be grown as a tender perennial, and prefers part-sun and humus rich, well-drained soil. Plant dwarf snowbush in a container, mixed border or massed planting.

Image of Breynia disticha f. nivosa photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Snow Bush)

Snow bush is a tropical evergreen shrub to small tree that is native to regions throughout Melanesia. When mature it develops gently arching branches and a vase-shaped habit. It is grown primarily for its showy foliage that is often variegated in shades of green, pink and cream. Its insignificant flowers are green.

Overall, snow bush grows best in sites with partial sun and humus rich soil with average drainage. It grows quickly and is tolerant of high heat and humidity. Plants don’t respond...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Hawaiian Snow Bush, Rosy Snow Bush, Snow Bush)

Snowbush is a lovely tropical shrub that has ovate green and white leaves, 'Roseo Picta' also has leaves with pink mottling and reddened stems and pink new foliage. This plant has insignificant green flowers, but its showy foliage looks great all growing season. This native of the southern Pacific islands may also be grown as a tender perennial.

Snowbush prefers part-sun and humus rich, well-drained soil. Plant snowbush in a container, mixed border or massed planting, especially under a cluster...

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Holly Chichester

(Angel's Trumpet, Brugmansia, Frosty Pink Angel's Brugmansia)

The dramatic, pale coral pink and white blooms of ‘Frosty Pink’ make this tropical perennial a winner in southerly gardens and container plantings. This angel’s trumpet is a highly ornamental evergreen shrub to small tree. Throughout the season it produces huge, pendulous, trumpet-shaped blooms that are white edged in pink. These are fragrant, attract moths and contrast nicely with its large soft green leaves.

Heat, humidity and sun-loving, angel’s trumpet grows best in fertile, organic-rich...

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James Burghardt

(Angel's Trumpet, Brugmansia, Peaches and Cream Brugmansia)

Beautifully variegated foliage and peachy pendulous flowers distinguish ‘Peaches and Cream.’ This angel’s trumpet is a highly ornamental evergreen shrub to small tree. Throughout the season it produces huge, pendulous, trumpet-shaped blooms that are soft apricot. These are fragrant, attract moths and contrast nicely with its large medium green leaves edged in cream.

Heat, humidity and sun-loving, angel’s trumpet grows best in fertile, organic-rich soil with good drainage and requires regular...

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Grandiflora

(Angel's Trumpet, Double White Angel's Trumpet)

Double flowers give this already fabulous tropical an even more exotic look. It is derived from the old cultivar 'Tutu', the first double flowered form of Brugmansia x candida. In the right climate this hybrid Brugmansia can bloom in spurts all year round. This tropical shrub to small tree is a cross between smaller-flowered Brugmansia aurea and the large-flowered B. versicolor.

The woody plant has coarsely toothed medium green leaves with wavy edges. When...