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Image of Bougainvillea x buttiana

Maureen Gilmer

(Bougainvillea, Paperflower, Southern Rose Bougainvillea)

Southern Rose hybrid bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber with short thorns and large, green leaves. Its abundant, colorful clusters lavender-rose to pleasing pink bracts surrounding small cream-colored flowers from summer to late autumn. Hybrid bougainvillea is typically a large plant with an open habit that requires pruning and repeated management.

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

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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...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Bougainvillea, Paperflower, White Madonna Bougainvillea)

White Madonna bougainvillea is a vigorous, woody, evergreen climber with thorns and green leaves and is grown for abundant clusters of pure white bracts from summer to autumn. Bougainvillea is typically a large plant with an open habit that requires pruning.

Plant in full sun and fertile, well-drained garden soil. Hybrid bougainvillea makes a colorful accent on walls or pergolas and may be planted as an annual in hanging baskets or other containers.

Image of Bouvardia ternifolia photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

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...

Image of Brachychiton discolor photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Bush Kurrajong, Pink Flame Tree, Queensland Lacebark)

A stately silhouette of spreading branches atop a bottle-shaped trunk makes the Queensland lacebark attractive even when the rose-colored flowers are absent. Native to the dry forests and coastal scrub of northeastern Australia, the tree has smooth green bark and a pyramidal shape when young. With age, the bark becomes cracked and gray, and the tree's canopy a bit more muscular and spreading. Tap the trunk and it sounds hollow, although packed with fibers.

The tree tends to drop leaves during...

(Pink Swirl Swan River Daisy, Swan River Daisy)

Swan river daisy is a short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual. The ferny, bright green leaves form a delicate spreading mound. 'Pink Swirl' has single daisy-like lavender-pink flowers with yellow centers from midsummer to autumn. While this plant can tolerate a variety of soil condition's and types, it grows best in well drained soil and full sun. It is drought tolerant but grows a little faster with a light watering during drier periods. Swan river daisy is excellent for use in hanging...

Image of Brassia arcuigera photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Arching Brassia, Arching Spider Orchid, Orchid)

Flowering in early autumn, arching spider orchid produces stems lined with angular, thin flowers of golden yellow marked with purple and sienna. The spidery flowers are also highly fragrant. This evergreen epiphyte is native to tropical highland forests from Costa Rica to Peru. Oddly enough, the spider-like flowers are pollinated by a spider-stinging wasp tricked to think each flower is a spider victim!

The flattened, oval, sheath-covered pseudobulbs of this orchid bear two spreading, strap-like...

Image of Brassia lawrenceana photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Lawrence's Brassia, Orchid)

Flowering in springtime on stems lined with angular, thin flowers of light yellow marked with violet, the Lawrence's brassia orchid is beautiful in faint fragrance and its slender geometric preciseness. A frost-tender evergreen orchid that is an epiphyte (grows on another plant), it is native to the highland forests across a northern band of South America from Peru to French Guiana across the Amazon Basin. Interestingly, the flowers are pollinated by a spider-stinging wasp that thinks the flower...

Image of Brassia signata photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Brassia, Marked Brassia, Marked Spider Orchid)

Flowering in spring and summer on short stems lined with angular, thin flowers of olive-yellow marked with maroon, the marked spider orchid is beautiful in fragrance and its geometric preciseness. A frost-tender evergreen orchid that is an epiphyte (grows on another plant), it is native to southern Mexico's mountain forests. Interestingly, the flowers are pollinated by a spider-stinging wasp that thinks the flower is a spider victim and is stung by the wasp, effectively pollinating the orchid!

The...

Image of Brassia verrucosa photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Orchid, Warty Brassia)

Flowering in summer lined with angular, thin flowers of light apple green marked with darker green and sienna spotted "warts", the warty spider orchid is peppery in fragrance and its slender geometric preciseness. A cold-tender evergreen orchid that is an epiphyte (grows on another plant), it is native to the montane forests from Mexico and Nicaragua to northwestern Brazil. Interestingly, the flowers are pollinated by a spider-stinging wasp that thinks the flower is a spider prey and is stung by...