This plant will yield endless blooms perfect for cutting and filling vases.
This plant is beloved by bees.
The colours and frangrance of this plant will play a role in attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
Add colour to food and drinks with this edible flower.
This drought-tolerant plant will survive with little to no watering.
Deer will avoid eating this plant.
This plant is seeded, propagated and grown at The Greenery Garden Centre.
Grows best in Full Sun
Grows best in Part Shade
Grows best in Shade
This plant likes Bright Light
This plant likes Medium Light
This plant likes Low Light
Keep soil moist
Grows Best In: Full Sun
If you've ever been to California,you've probably seen large hedges or vining, trailing, Bougainvillea clinging onto walls. We found a variety that performs very well in our limited season here in the Okanagan compared to down south in California.
It's taken us a couple of years to figure out how to grow bougainvillea, but we finally have a variety called "Elizabeth Angus" that does well. We'll have these in smaller four-inch type pots and hanging baskets, allowing people to buy them more as a bedding plant, making up their own baskets or mixed planters.
The flower is actually made up of three leaves that have simply turned color. There's a very papery texture to it that lasts forever and ever, which makes them very popular. Does great in the full sun.