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Bougainvillea glabra 'Sanderiana' / Bougainvillea Pyramid : 2.5L : 50-55cm High (exc pot)

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Bougainvillea glabra 'Sanderiana'

Bougainvillea Pyramid

SKU: 01057
2.5L 50-55cm

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Bougainvillea are partly deciduous climbers, they are grown for their colourful bracts that surround the insignificant white flowers. Creates a lovely tropical effect.

Glabra sanderiana has purple, pink to magenta flowers. It makes an ideal conservatory plant or may be placed outside for the summer. Prefers to be kept between 10 and 15 degrees centigrade for the winter.
Bougainvillea with its very colourful and graceful arching branches adds a wonderful Mediterranean touch to the garden. A showy plant that really catches the eye, bougainvillea is surprisingly easy to care for. It needs full sun and can be grown on a sunny windowsill or conservatory - during the summer they can be placed outside in a sunny sheltered spot.
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Customer Reviews 6 item(s)

Lovely vibrant, healthy plant. An excellent size (bigger than the picture) and nicely shaped. Great service, packing and delivery too. Thanks!
Review by andycaen / (Posted on 23/06/2015)

Healthy established plant arrived early. As described on line, not as many flowers as in picture (I wasn't expecting it to have lots) but plenty of buds, it's already looking happy and tropical. Very happy with plant :-)
Review by B Wood / (Posted on 20/01/2015)

Excellent and prompt delivery and a beautiful plant
Review by J Best / (Posted on 19/01/2015)

Superb plant thank you
Review by W Rusher / (Posted on 19/01/2015)

a beautiful gift for my mum who loves it
Review by Mrs E McEnhill / (Posted on 17/10/2013)

Delivered very promptly and in good order, but not many flowers at all about five, especially as the picture shows a mass of flowers, and usually they are prolific. Plant it self is in good order, and as long as I can keep it warm in the winter, I expect to see a lot of blooms next year.
Review by P Howell / (Posted on 09/10/2013)