Nothing new but worth a look

@allknowing (65096)
India
February 7, 2017 3:24am CST
Our garden has loads of bougainvillea as a result of the deep pruning we did earlier. What drew my attention a while ago was this red bougainvillea that has bloomed in isolation. I just could not take my eyes off it. I found it exotic and beautiful. Thought of sharing it with you.
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@averygirl72 (16656)
• Philippines
7 Feb 17
I'm jealous of your garden. I want to have red bougainvillea in my garden but I haven't buy one until now. I think their roots are sensitive they don't easily transfer to new soil. I had a peach bougainvillea but it did not bloom it's peach colored flowers just full of leaves no flower
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
You need just a cutting and that will take root. Wonder why your peach flower did not bloom. You must be watering too much.
@averygirl72 (16656)
• Philippines
7 Feb 17
@allknowing Yes I watered it a lot. Maybe that's the reason how often should it be watered?
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
@averygirl72 Once a week. And if you see leaves drooping then you can do it twice. I sent you a peach flower. Did it not register in your box?
@Sreekala (22951)
• India
7 Feb 17
Those flowers are indeed beautiful. In Kerala you can see a raw of these plants on fences. It gives beauty as well as protection. Its thorn given protection and flowers in mob will be wonderful scene.
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
I have many colours planted in clusters all over the garden so that our garden gets a lot of colour
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@Sreekala (22951)
• India
7 Feb 17
@allknowing But this colour (the image you posted here) is most beautiful.
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
@Sreekala Thanks. I too found it irresistible and hence felt like sharing.
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@JudyEv (123167)
• Bunbury, Australia
7 Feb 17
This is just beautiful. Your flowers would bring you lots of pleasure.
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
Our garden is a place where I get my joy on a daily basis.
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@JudyEv (123167)
• Bunbury, Australia
7 Feb 17
@allknowing You sound like my mother. She was always happy when she was in her garden.
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
@JudyEv Anyone who maintains a garden will get joy. There is always something new to look forward to.
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@nomus24g (22931)
• India
7 Feb 17
I love the white ones...
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
here's a white
@nomus24g (22931)
• India
7 Feb 17
@allknowing awesome
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@Corbin5 (106277)
• United States
7 Feb 17
That is gorgeous!!! I have to see if conditions are right to grow bougainvillea here. What a lovely sight to see!!
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
Bougainvillea are easy to grow. They do not like too much wetness though.
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• Pamplona, Spain
7 Feb 17
Thank you that does look really beautiful too. How many other kinds of flowers do you grow then. I was looking at the Palm Trees and the state some of them are in. A few seem healthy enough and the rest have orange coloured leaves.
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
8 Feb 17
Were you looking at palm trees in your garden? I have many flowers,palms and fruit trees and a lawn on the terrace.
• Peoria, Arizona
7 Feb 17
It is so pretty! One of my grandma's favorite flowers are bougainvilleas
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@allknowing (65096)
• India
7 Feb 17
I particularly like those white spots.
@Shellyann36 (9616)
• United States
8 Feb 17
No wonder you could not take your eyes from it. It is quite stunning.
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