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Bougainvillea pyramid

Large Bougainvillea Pyramid

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These dramatic Bougainvillea are sure to make a real impact on a patio or in any light room or conservatory. They do very well in the UK in a sheltered spot and have a really long flowering season.
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This week we have just a few of these lovely purple bougainvillea pyramids available. Trained up a trio of canes, these mature plants are looking very attractive and have some purple bracts. They will be quickly covered in new growth and colour as the days get warmer and longer. They will continue flowering until October, making these bougainvillea a gorgeous gift for a bright room or conservatory.
65cm tall including a 2L pot
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5 Stars 4.9/ 5 82 reviews
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Richard Gent, Jun 15
5 stars

Superb and even better than described

Susan Attew, Jun 14
5 stars

Very healthy plant of good size

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Katy Wood, Jun 09
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Hiba, Apr 21
5 stars

Beautiful bougainvillea plant couldn’t be happier with my purchase 10/10

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Benina Montague Spencer, Apr 11
5 stars

Beautiful plants

Kathy, Apr 07
5 stars

Excellent - looked just like the images

Guest, Mar 24
5 stars

Beautiful plants, Brilliant service, and grateful valve

Jackie Evans, Sep 03
5 stars

Great communication, great service and top quality product!

Daniel Ambrose-Hill, Aug 19
5 stars

Good quality plant. Arrived healthy, looks good.

mrs joanna king, Aug 06
5 stars

Great quality.

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Bougainvillea are usually grown outdoors in warm Mediterranean countries, However they will also do well on a UK patio in the summer or indoors on a sunny window sill or conservatory. As long as they have enough light, bougainvillea are really very easy to look after and will provide colour for most of the summer.

Light is very important to Bougainvillea. Try and keep it near a window or in a porch or conservatory. On sunny days you can put it out on a patio or balcony. However, don't let it get too hot or cold, while in a small pot. A cool room is fine, but a draughty porch or a frosty conservatory is not. If it gets below 5 degrees Centigrade it will suffer.

Whilst your bougainvillea is in quite a small pot it will need regular, but not over, watering. The soil should be damp not wet between waterings and the roots should never sit in water for more than half an hour or so as too much water may suffocate the roots.

As the flowers fade, pinch out the dead blossoms to encourage growth and make the plant look tidy. You should find that your bougainvillea flowers several times throughout the summer and at the end of each flush of flowers you may need to cut back the dead stalks to keep it neat. Bougainvillea respond well to being quite pot bound so unless your plant really puts on a lot of growth over the summer it should not need repotting until next Spring. At that time you are best to use a slightly acidic free-draining compost. Over time in the right spot these pretty plants can grow to a sizeable bush.

Problem Solving

In this country the low light levels in the winter months can lead to some leaf drop. Give your plant a light prune in the early spring to tidy it up and it will soon produce a fresh flush of green leaves followed by coloured bracts and flowers. If you are struggling to produce or reproduce the flowering bracts try moving to a sunnier position.

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Scientific Name:Bougainvillea

Apparently bougainvillea was discovered by a french naturalist visiting brazil in 1768 he named it "Bougainville" after his close friend and ships captain and the name has stuck ever since