(Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’)
This vigorous climber may come with thorns, but makes up for it with its bold, beautiful pink clusters.
(Bougainvillea ‘Gold Rush’)
Bring a little golden glow to your garden by planting this variety in containers or up a trellis.
(Bougainvillea ‘White Stripe’)
A stunning summer annual, this pearl bougainvillea offers an elegant look for every arbor.
(Bougainvillea ‘Cherry Blossom’)
Hang these gentle, light-pink blooms from outdoor baskets for gorgeous trails of color.
(Bougainvillea ‘Purple Queen’)
These deep-plum flowers make a striking statement in planter boxes, along fences, and atop arbors.
(Bougainvillea ‘Delta Dawn’)
This creamy, orange vine sits nicely against white-trimmed leaves. Beyond its beauty, it’s also drought-tolerant–a bonus for California gardeners.
(Bougainvillea ‘Ms. Alice’)
This low-growing variety can easily be kept to three to four feet, working best for those wanting a lovely, all-white look without sky-high height.
(Bougainvillea ‘White Madonna’)
Plant this beauty and let her vines climb high with moderate water and full sun. Pair alongside ‘Barbara Karst’ for a stark yet stunning contrast.
A more compact, bushy bougainvillea, this violet variety pairs nicely with ‘White Stripe.’
(Bougainvillea ‘Barbara Karst’)
This vigorous, water-wise flower makes a great covering for patios and arbors and remains evergreen in frost-free climates.