They are shrubby plants or, more often, sarmental-climbing plants, capable of reaching 8-10 meters in height if grown in the ground, while in pots they rarely reach 3 meters.
Evergreen in equatorial climates, they become deciduous in temperate areas. The flowers, which bloom from April-May, are small, insignificant, yellowish-white in color, gathered in groups of 3, but are surrounded by brightly colored floral bracts ranging from pink to violet.
Bouganvillea glabra sanderiana needs fertile soils, not very calcareous, of medium texture and above all very well drained, and full sun exposure, sheltered from the winter cold. It resists salinity very well.
Bougainvillea Glabra Sanderiana
- Product Code: Bougainvillea Glabra Sanderiana
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