Boganvillea planting tips

Boganvillea planting tips
Boganvillea planting tips

Bougainvillea planting tips

Today I will introduce you to a beautiful and moving bougainvillea. It has a long flowering period and can be seen throughout the year.

Are you curious about this beautiful and long-lasting plant?

Bugenavillia is a family of Asteraceae, a native of tropical America. It is said that Drs. McKay was brought from the United Kingdom. 

Due to its many colors, it has single petals, double petals, and even polyandrous flowers or variegated leaves: Preferred, a common plant in horticulture.

The flowers of Boganvillea are bright and beautiful. When they are in full bloom, the flowers are called "zest."

The flowers grow from the bottom to the top, and there are many layers of flower clumps, so it is called "Bougainvillea."

Blocks of conjugate segments, the real flowers are tiny, grow in the middle, three flowers gather.

Bougainvillea fruits are not natural to bear, so they all use the cutting method, high-pressure method, or grafting method to breed asexually.

Bougainvillea is a large vine with unique curved thorns and hairs on its stem and leaves. Bracts are wrinkled, reasonably substantial, egg-shaped, and have a rose, rusty red color, and pupils.

The flowers are cream-colored, slender, and with many capillaries. The leaves are large, oval to round, leathery in texture and hair below. The bark is yellow and corky. The branches are very close and small, resulting in very dense plants.

Boogenvillea has thin branches, distributed in many directions, with unique pointed triangular grooves, which include white, lilac, fuchsia, and violet. 

The thorns are short and thin, and the tip is curved. The leaves are reasonably uniformly oval, most comprehensive in the middle. 

The small cream flowers are relatively large and tubular. It also blooms almost continuously and usually blooms over the entire length of the branch.

Boganavilia has a sag, more open branches. It is a climb, bush with prickly, green bark. The thorns (thorns) are thin and straight when young and bend when they grow up.

Leaves are thin, ovate broadly to ovate. Small round portions, usually light to dark magenta, very delicate to the touch, wrinkled in appearance.

In response to the dry season, after rapid vegetative growth, flowering often occurs.

Many people like to plant bougainvillea. Some people plant bougainvillea every year, and one is full of flowers. 

Some people buy bougainvillea from the flower market. After the original flower finishes, it will not bloom.

There are only a few flowers. Why? The reasons are probably:

Sunshine problem:-

Bougainvillea is a tropical Bougainvillea that requires adequate sunlight, or at least a light level of 4000 FC, which should be protected from frost.

Bougainvillea grows in full sun. Boganwilia prefers full sunlight, preferably full daylight. If it is placed on a balcony in the city, sunlight is usually insufficient due to the face of a nearby building or gallery and should be moved to the sunniest location, if possible.

Even without half a day of sunshine, the atmosphere is weak, and flowers are difficult to bloom.

If you grow indoors, in the shade, or part of the darkness, you will have good vegetative growth, but little or no flowers. 

If possible, keep your bougainvillea out and remember that southern exposure is ideal.

If placed on a covered porch, shaded courtyard or balcony, and the plants receive at least 5 hours of sunshine each day (best sun in the afternoon), you should see plenty of flowers.

Fertilization is wrong: if you want flowers, then you need to supplement phosphorus and potassium fertilizers. 

If there is too much carbon fertilizer in the soil, the branches and leaves will flower instead of flowering.

No pruning:-

The flowers of bougainvillea are blooming on new branches, so branches should be adequately trimmed after blooming to encourage more new chapters to develop.

Water supply method: Bougainvillea is very drought tolerant. If the water is skinny and the soil is always in a wet state, then the branches and leaves can become unusable without flowering. 

Therefore, water should be controlled, and flowers can be stimulated by moderate drying.

Selection of container: It is important to remember that bougainvillea cannot tolerate standing in water. No matter which box you choose, consider the following tips: Drainage:

Bugenavilia should own it. Insulation: Avoid using black boxes in full sunlight. Large enough: The box should be large enough to control the minimum amount of soil required for mature plant growth.

Weight: movement too heavy?

Instead of filling the soil mixture, use broken clay jars or recycled polystyrene foam to wrap the peanuts in a row at the bottom of the container. 

This should also help drain and keep the drain holes free of debris.

The attraction of beautiful flowers is always secure. For Boganwillia, do you add this delicate color to your home after learning planting techniques?

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This article is Hammer's short-sighted original, welcome to pay attention and increase your knowledge!

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