Bougainvillea is as well known as Paper flower is from the family of Nyctaginaceae and is a native of Brazil. This tropical trailing plant is grown in containers and is perfect for hanging baskets and the place it can flow its lively flowering vines. The flower is unremarkably compared to the vibrantly multi-colored bracts like paper that encircle the flower.
In the spring season at the beginning of the budding season, Water these plants a few hours before hand as it will make it easy to take away the plant from the container. Cautiously take it out from the container and with a pointed blade cut it into segments. Remove tangled and dead roots. Ensure to make use of clean containers and new peat based soil. Plant it the similar way that it was planted earlier. After using another container prune away one-third of the vines, this will provide the roots some time to raise and preserve the leaves.
Some of the Bougainvilleas can make progress after getting destroyed due to frost provided that the roots are not frozen. Wait to trim whilst all risk of frost has conceded in the region. Some branches that are dead might shock you and grow again in the spring. If you trim in advance and if the roots get hit by one more frost any latest growth will be particularly responsive to frost. If there is another frost then you should immediately cover up your plant with a plastic or blanket. Optimistically, the plant will come back twice as attractive.
This plant does well in a hot and steamy climate. They flourish in complete heat and sun and blossom best when to some extent held stressed. They are serious feeders and supposed to be fed frequently with half strength manure to keep them blossoming the entire season. To the extent that the automatic watering, two times a day might not let the plant tumble dry and will maintain it in a moist condition the whole time that will encourage the growth but no flowers. One canít water a plant to their plan; they should water as per the plant requirements particularly during the rainy season. So much of watering is not a good idea. If the leaves that are wet do not have a possibility to dry within a little time then they can be caught up by diseases like powdery mildew and leaf spot.