You can't say enough about growing bougainvillea plants. This attractive flowering vine has many uses in the garden and container grown bougainvillea can be achieved as well in areas with little space. Learn more about how to grow a bougainvillea vine and find tips for bougainvillea care in the articles that follow.
Meet bonsai bougainvillea plants, bite-sized versions of this mighty vine that you can keep in your living room. Can you make a bonsai out of bougainvillea? You can. Click here for info on how to make a bougainvillea bonsai and tips on bonsai bougainvillea care.
Whether grown as an indoor or outdoor tropical vine, pruning a bougainvillea may seem like a daunting task, especially if you have the more common thorny types. Click on the article that follows to learn how to prune bougainvillea.
In warm regions, bougainvillea blooms almost year around and thrives outdoors. However, northern gardeners will have a bit more work to keep this plant alive and happy during winter. This article will help with tips on providing good bougainvillea winter care.
Growing bougainvillea in gardens requires some effort, but many think that these tropical and subtropical woody vines are worth it. Click this article for information about how to grow a bougainvillea plant in the garden landscape.
How do you go about propagating bougainvillea seeds and cuttings? Click on the following article to learn more about bougainvillea propagation methods, including growing bougainvillea from a cutting and seeds.
If your bougainvillea blooms are falling off, the odds are that the plant is not getting one of these critical elements: sun and water. Blossoms also suffer from frost. Learn more details about why flowers drop off bougainvillea plants in this article.
Bougainvilleas are beautiful, wild things that can produce a flurry of breathtaking blooms or a season of crushing disappointment. It?s up to you if your bougainvillea will bloom this coming season, but we can show you the path to success here.
Bougainvillea is a hardy tropical vine that grows in areas where winter temperatures remain warm. If you don?t have growing space or live in a suitable climate, you can plant bougainvillea in a pot. This article will help.
Many bougainvillea owners may find themselves at a loss when suddenly their healthy plant looks as though a mysterious night time intruder has eaten away at all the leaves. Learn what it may be and how to fix here.