Bougainvillea white is a species of plant genus bougainvillea under the family nyctaginaceae, it is characterized by its spring leaves that resemble to the flowers, it has bright-colored flowers along with bushes and thorny vines.
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They need at least 6 hours a day to produce all that color we love.
Not enough sun = not enough bloom.
They love the heat. 1 or 2 nights of a light frost won’t harm them but anything more that could. The recommended USDA zones are 9B through 11.
They’re better suited to drier climes – we don’t get rain here for 8 or 9 months out of the year.
They’re not too fussy about soil type but it must drain freely. A mixture of loam & organic compost worked into the native soil is what they like. like.
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