bougainvillea


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

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The clients were delighted and to top it off, Benny Andersson from Abba bought 14 bougainvillea trees from the business after the premiere.
As any gardener could have told the scriptwriters, bougainvillea has no smell.
Bougainvillea is tough, vivid, and has a don't-mess-with-me attitude, says landscape architect Greg Trutza.
Bougainvillea is grown for its bracts rather than its tiny flowers, but if it's blooms you're after look no further than passion flowers (passiflora).
Bougainvillea flowers on the previous season's growth and will require hard pruning once flowering has finished.
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.
MAKE NO MISTAKE, a dual Group 3 winner in Europe, won the Grade 3 Bougainvillea Handicap at Hialeah on Saturday by nearly a length to record his first US victory for trainer Chris Clement, writes Dan Farley.
Beneath the ancient arbor of lavender wisteria & drooping bougainvillea has barely
The building's relationship to the site also seems somewhat uneasy, even given that the anticipated lush planting of drought tolerant (and deer-proof) rosemary and bougainvillea have yet to mature and grow over the massive retaining walls.
Globe fired up its first 700Mhz cell site over the weekend near Hardin ng Bougainvillea in UP Diliman, Quezon City.
We've teamed up with Bougainvillea Beach Resort to whisk one lucky winner and a guest away with Thomas Cook Airlines from Manchester to beautiful Barbados.
Winter-prune climbers and shrubs like passiflora and bougainvillea.
Now, hot pink 'Flower Carpet' roses--along with perennials like blue hibiscus, bougainvillea, violet butterfly bush, and Mexican sage--offer vivid color from spring through fall.
The once privately held estate sits near the crystal-blue waters of a private beach in the midst of picturesque gardens filled with bougainvillea and hibiscus blossoms and surrounded by bronze and marble statues.