Bougainvillaea is a genus of thorny ornamental vines, bushes, and trees with flower-like spring leave near its flowers. Bougainvillaea is relatively pest-free plants, but they may suffer from worms, snails and aphids.
Bougainvillaea plants need support to cover a wall, fence, or other areas. Create rows of wire or string against the surface that you want to be covered. Tuck the bougainvillaea branches behind this guidance support at regular intervals.
Keep a close eye on growth and adjust as necessary until the bougainvillaea starts covering the wall or other surface. Bougainvillaea plants are a beloved addition to many gardens and wall Bougainvillea is a vine-like, thorny shrub that grows rampantly. It can be trained to climb trellises or be planted as an attractive but thornily impenetrable barrier, and it can also serve as a groundcover.
Bougainvillaeas have beautiful, brightly coloured bracts, which are specialized leaves that contain the plant’s flowers.