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Bougainvillea glabra is a very eye-catching plant used for landscaping yards with ornamental shrubs. It is known in landscaping of yards and private homes with its Latin name Bougenvillea glabra. It is one of the suitable shrubs for landscaping.

It originates from the tropics and is an interesting climbing vine of the genus Bougainvillea, which is attached by thorns.

It is grown as a flowering potted flower for the interior, because it does not withstand the winter conditions for our country. пластмасови ограничители за трева и алеи

It is also valued for its incredibly beautiful colors (pictured by pizzodisevo). This plant can reach a length of 10-12 meters.

Bougainvillea (as it is still found) is used in Bulgaria as a home potted flower. It can be exported to the garden during the summer months and surrounded by quality alleys.

Through regular pruning and pruning, however, it wants to acquire a bushy shape or even a stem shape (as in the photos taken by Foot Slogger and david.nikonvscanon).

Bougenvillea glabra, when you have acquired a bushy habit of your plant by pruning, in the summer you can take it outside together with the pot in which you grow it, in direct sunlight.

The leaves of the Bougainvillea are 5 to 7 cm long and about 3-4 cm wide. The special thing about its color is that it is not spectacular, but the bract leaf is spectacular, which is colored 4-5 cm long and about 2 cm wide. -3cm.

The plant blooms continuously from May to October. The optimum air temperature for this plant is 22-24 degrees, but it successfully tolerates higher temperatures.

During the winter, the temperature of the room in which you grow it should not fall below 8-10 degrees.

It grows very well in direct sunlight or in intense light. Prefers soils with medium mechanical composition, but necessarily rich in nutrients. Water it abundantly, especially in summer.

Bougenvillea glabra, Bougenvillea glabraAnd in winter moderately to avoid overwetting.

It is even good to provide a winter dormancy period of about 7-8 weeks during which watering is limited. To get abundant flowering, in March, prune and prune the shoots (2 or 3 times).

Propagation is by semi-mature stem cuttings and root cuttings in the months from February to March. The other way is through green stem cuttings, which are taken in April and May, but before flowering of the plant.

It is good that the temperature of the room in which you will root the cuttings is about 30 – 35 degrees, and for green cut cuttings it is recommended to shade and maintain high humidity.

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