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(Bougainvillea spectabilis hybrid)

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Grown extensively in warmer climates like Phoenix, Bougainvillea bushes can be grown as a hedge or vine, groomed as a ground cover, trained as a tree, or contained in a pot. They come in several magnificent colors of purple, lavender, scarlet, red, pink, orange and yellow and a variety of species each having its unique characteristics.

Torch Glow Bougainvillea is unique, in that this shrub has upright bracts at the end of the stems that appear to glow.  This type of bougainvillea has less litter than other bougainvillea.  Beautiful reddish pink blooms atop stiff, upright branches that require no additional support.


Plant Information

Plant Type



South America

Size (H x W)

5' x 4'


Full Sun, Partial Shade during Summer



Flower Color

Deep Pink-Red

Flower Season

Spring through Fall