Bougainvillea ‘San Diego Red’
This is one of the best on all counts, with large, deep green leaves that hold on well in cold winters; deep red bracts that appear over a long season; and hardiness equal to old-fashioned purple bougainvilleas. Vigorous and high climbing, it can be trained to tree form by staking and pruning.
Many rows of magenta-red bracts create heavy clusters of double-looking blooms.
Cold-hardy, shrubby plant with mounding habit (good in hanging baskets). Bracts are red, and yellow-ed...
The plant grows erect to form a multistemmed plant to 6 ft. tall that needs no support. Reddish pink b...