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Bougainvillea Dwarf (Pink) - Plant

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Bougainvillea Dwarf is a genus of ornamental vines, bushes, or trees without thorns. The inflorescence consists of large colorful sepal-like bracts that surround three simple waxy flowers.

Plant Constituents

  • Bougainvillea Dwarf (Pink) - Plant in Grower Plastic Pot

Plant Care

  • If you want good blooming give them at least 5 hours a day of full sunlight as a minimum.
  • More hours of direct sun is better.
  • Less than 5 hours and the plant may not bloom very well.
  • Your plants will thrive in shade or partial shade, but only have nice growth with little or no blooms.
  • Prune your plant throughout the year, but especially in the late winter before the new growth cycle. 
  • Pinch off the ends of vines that are about to bloom. 
  • If you're getting regular rain once the vine is established, you don't need to water. 
  • Bougainvillea blooms better when kept on the dry side.


  • The flowers, alone or in combination with other medicinal plants, have long been used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of coughs and respiratory problems.
  • A related species, B. glabra, has been found to have important properties as a botanical insecticide.
  • Bougainvillea flourish in subtropical to tropical climates.
  • The plant blooms well in full sunlight and may not thrive if there is too much water or shade.
  • However, if you want to grow bougainvilleas in a cold climate, it's possible with some precautions.
  • During winter, ensure that the plant is protected from frost.
  • The only downside to growing bougainvilleas indoors is that they're messy.
  • All those clouds of papery flowers eventually drop to the floor.
  • I'm not a fussy housekeeper, so this doesn't really bother me.
  • But if you keep your house as neat as a pin, bougainvilleas probably aren't for you.