bougainvillea

(redirected from Bougainvilleas)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to bougainvillea

any of several South American ornamental woody vines of the genus Bougainvillea having brilliant red or purple flower bracts

References in periodicals archive ?
Beautiful: Bougainvillea | ALLO ALOE ON the way into the property, the little road is lined with greyleaved, yellow flowered aloes.
Certain bougainvilleas are more susceptible than others.
Also known as the paper flower, many people consider their conservatory incomplete without a bougainvillea.
It is possible to grow bougainvillea and hibiscus indoors which will give you a riot of colour, provided you keep them in the right conditions.
Your romance with vining bougainvilleas may end the first time you have to prune them.
Maybe her bougainvillea was climbing up the old fence and had to be cut down.
A good way to grow bougainvilleas is as standards in containers.
Hang bougainvilleas, lantanas, and jasmine where they'll get full sun.
A: When bougainvilleas struggle to grow in the Valley, it is nearly always because of insufficient direct sun.
More portable plants can be grown in hanging baskets and a new range of bougainvilleas that have been specially bred for the purpose are available from Grimsdyke House, 12 Southcourt Avenue, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex TN39 3AR.
Draper, all bougainvilleas will be trained on the ground or on arbors off the main path, so drifts of red bracts that fall in June during peak bloom won't need constant sweeping.
The only pests I have noticed on Valley bougainvilleas are mites.
Already frost-damaged bougainvilleas and ficus trees are showing new growth.
Just look at the burnt bougainvilleas in front of the fast-food restaurant on Van Nuys Boulevard and Moorpark Street in Sherman Oaks.