Bougainvillea from Monrovia®
Bougainvillea make wonderful, colorful barriers, can control erosion, be grown as an espalier, look lovely in mass plantings, make great privacy screens, and can be grown in containers, on walls or on trellises.
Available While Supplies Last - Selection Varies By Location
Camarillo Fiesta™ Bougainvillea
Quick, splendid cover with an interesting mix of showy, flower-like bracts that range from hot pink to gold. Creates a beautiful display on an arbor or trellis, or spilling over a fence. Evergreen in frost-free regions; can be used in colder climates as a summer annual for patio containers and hanging baskets. Requires Partial Shade. Blooms Summer - nearly year round in frost free regions and has vigorous stems quickly climb 20 to 30 ft. with support.
Gold Rush™ Bougainvillea
Clear of any orange or pink tones, the profuse golden yellow flowers are brighter than other varieties, and offer warm, versatile color that combines well with any flower or structure color, climbing up an arbor, trellis or fence. Evergreen in frost-free regions; use as a summer annual in patio containers or hanging baskets. Vigorous stems reach 20 to 30 ft. long. Prefers full sun and blooms summer nearly year round in frost free areas.
Barbara Karst Bougainvillea
Bougainvillea 'Barbara Karst'
Vigorous, showy vine shines with bright magenta red blooms. Gives a fine cover to patios or arbors. Also a good groundcover for banks. Drought tolerant when established. Evergreen in frost-free climates; provides superb warm season color in colder winter areas. Prefers full sun and blooms Spring through Summer. Fast growing stems reach 20-30 ft. long.
Texas Dawn™ Bougainvillea
Strong vining habit for a quick, carefree cover. Long, arching branches hold sprays of delicate rose pink flower-like bracts, providing a beautiful show nearly year-round in frost-free regions, on arbors, trellises, and spilling over fences. Use as a summer annual in colder climates, as an attractive accent in patio containers and hanging baskets. Prefers full sun and blooms Summer; nearly year round in mild climates. Vigorous growing stems reach 20 to 30 ft. long.
Don Mario® Bougainvillea
Strong vining habit for quick cover and a vibrant show of color with clusters of dark purple-red flower-like bracts. Creates a beautiful, carefree display nearly year-round in frost-free regions, on arbors, trellises, and spilling over fences. Use as a summer annual in colder climates, as an attractive accent in patio containers and hanging baskets. Blooms Summer; nearly year-round in mild climates. Vigorous growing stems reach 15 to 30 ft. long.
James Walker Bougainvillea
Bougainvillea 'James Walker'
Profuse blooming selection boasting large flower-like bracts of reddish purple. Beautiful display on arbors, trellises or spilling over a fence. Use as annual color in cold climate areas. Evergreen. Prefers Full Sun. Vigorous growing stems 20 to 30 ft. long. Blooms Spring through summer.
Scarlett O'Hara Bougainvillea
Bougainvillea 'Scarlett O'Hara' (a.k.a. San Diego Red)
Also known as San Diego Red, the strong vine-like habit of Scarlet O'Hara provides quick cover and beautiful show of amazing clusters of deep magenta-red flower-like bracts. Can be used as a summer annual in cold climates in containers, hanging baskets. Evergreen in frost-free areas. Prefers Full Sun. Blooms summer; nearly year round. Vigorous grower to 20 to 30 ft. long.
Sharon Wesley Bougainvillea
Bougainvillea 'Sharon Wesley'
Masses of flower-like bracts emerge reddish-orange and mature to bright reddish-pink, smothering the plant for many months. A vigorous, showy vine for patios or arbors. Also a good groundcover for banks. Evergreen in frost-free areas. Use as annual color in northern zones. Prefers Full Sun Blooms spring through Summer. Fast growing stems to 20 to 30 ft. long.
Caring For Your Bougainvilleas
Provide average to lean, fast draining soil. USE CAUTION not to damage roots when planting. Follow a regular schedule of deep waterings during first growing season to establish an extensive root system. Once established, keep on the dry side for best flowering; water container plants when top 2 to 3 in. of soil is dry. Fertilize in spring.Pruning time: spring. Once established, water occasionally; more in extreme heat or containers.