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Bougainvillea, Juanita Hatten (Red)

Bougainvillea x 'Juanita Hatten'

Bougainvillea is one of the most captivating blooming vines used around Texas. Native to South America, these thorny woody vines grow up to 30 feet long in warm climates; semi-evergreens that drop their leaves in colder climates. Popular in hanging baskets or containers so that they can be protected in the colder regions as freezing temperatures can kill them.

The flowers themselves are small and white, however they are surrounded by multiple bracts that are papery feeling to the touch available in variety of colors, from white, pink, peach, reds. Relatively pest-free plants, with best flowering occurring when roots are crowded, making them ideal for container planting. Watering less also induces more flowering, but don't starve it. Bougainvillea thrives on regular fertilization and tolerates short periods of droughts.

Juanita Hatten cultivar is one very similar to Barbara Karst, however the new foliage has a tinge of variegation that goes away as they mature.

Hanging Basket
Container Planting
Trellis & Arbors

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30 Feet



30 Feet

USDA Hardiness Zone 9a

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Item Description
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Characteristics & Attributes

Deer Tolerance
Full Sun
Semi Evergreen
Water Needs