Bougainvillea Flowers

Flowers, Landscape Photography, Photo Macro
Bougainvillea. Photo by, Bambang Junaidi ©2018
Photos recorded using Nikon D5200 camera, Lens Kit VR 18-55mm f / 3.5-5.6G, 55mm focal length, ISO 100, Speed 1 / 30s, f 5.6 WhiteBalance: Direct sunlight. Mode: Manual.

Bougainvillea is a genus of thorny vines, shrubs and trees with spring-like leaves near flowers. This plant species grows from a height of 1 to 12 m (3 to 40 ft.), With a pointy spike with black substance and wax.

Bougainvillea is a relatively pest-free plant, but they may suffer from worms, snails and aphids. Its long, curved branches, the leaves are heart-shaped and the mass of pieces of paper are white, pink, orange, purple, and burgundy. Many cultivars, including multiple and varied flowers, are available.

Many of today's bougainvillea are the result of crossbreeding and today, there are more than 300 species of bougainvillea worldwide. Sangking many because the results of crosses for several generations, it is difficult to identify the origin of each of them.
This growth rate of bougainvillea varies from slow to fast, depending on the variety. They tend to bloom year-round in the equator. Elsewhere, they grow on a seasonal basis, with a bloom cycle typically four to six weeks.

Bougainville grows best on dry ground, in bright sunlight and with frequent fertilization; but they need a little water once established, and in fact will not grow if too much water. They can be easily spread through tipping tips.

Bougainvillea is also a very interesting genus for Bonsai fans, because their ease of practice and flowering shines during the spring.

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