Bougainvillea are an immensely showy, floriferous and hardy plant. Virtually pest-free and disease resistant, it rewards its owner with an abundance of color and vitality when it is well looked after.

Thornless Bougainvillea, Is it Real?

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Does it exist? The elusive thornless (aka: dwarf) bougainvillea DOES exist!

Helen Johnson is the only true dwarf bougainvillea that we have found to have the best growth pattern and most reliable flowering habit. This cultivar is ideal for use as groundcover, and is absolutely stunning as a mass planting. New growth opens coppery orange, maturing into a uniform pink color. Bracts are small and twisted in arrangement. Leaves are small, opening greenish-tan, maturing to a dark-green.

Miss Alice, The White Bougainvillea

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Miss Alice™ may have many names, but few can match her beauty.  She’s a giant-bract, semi-dwarf, thornless variety due to her compact, slow-growing habit, and extremely low thorn count.  Her heavy flowering pattern of pure white bracts can be enjoyed year-round, and can be maintained to stay bushy and low to the ground.  Bright white bracts grow in large clusters and are very large, long, and elliptic.  Leaves are medium to dark green, long, and tapering to a point.