A genus of thorny decorative vines, shrubs, and trees called Bougainvillea has springtime leaves that resemble blossoms close to its flowers.
It is a semi-climber that can be grown in pots, as a shrub, over a sunny wall, or as a hedge. Beautiful, vividly colored bracts, which are unique leaves that house the plant’s blooms, are a characteristic of bougainvillaeas.
These tropical climbers can be grown in big containers in the garden during the summer, but they need to be protected from frost during the winter. Give them at least 5 hours every day of direct sunlight if you want them to blossom well. It is best to spend more time in the sun.
If it takes less than five hours, the plant could not blossom as well.
Your plants will flourish in shade or partial shade, but they won’t bloom much; they’ll just grow nicely.