Bougainvillea, crown prince of garden.

Bougainvillea is the crown prince of the every  garden. Bougainvillea is dominant in our gardens when it rains. The sun burned with flowers in so many colors that the head of the paper would not rise to the spotlight.


Let’s make Bonsai

Bougainvillea is no mere decoration today. This bouquet is in great demand as bonsai can be prepared, grafted and sprouted together to form a variety of flowers. The beauty of the inflorescence is the colorful leaves surrounding the unattractive baby flowers. There are many varieties of flowers that come in different colors and colors, such as light blue, yellow, orange, red, and violet, in place of the pink and white flowers. Wonders with the color of the lilac with shy and shiny flowers Whose mind is not attracted. Lola is a flowering species during the rainy season.

Let’s look at the difference between Bougainvillea’s native species and the new species. Indigenous varieties bloom 2 – 3 times a year, and new varieties bloom at least 6 – 7 times a year. Many new varieties have no spines. They have stumps that look like diminishing strength. These can be easily spread by sprouting. Horned shrubs can be nurtured as shrubs. Flowers can be seen several times in Bougainvillea during the rainy season, from October to May. Bougainvillea has no substitute for the color of the scorching sun terrace.

Easy to grow.

There are many who have made the Bougainville hobby a hobby. They are attracted to this hobby because of their simple care, the long standing nature of the flowers, and the affordability of the market. In addition to the local varieties available from Rs. Bougainvillea plants are a source of income for many housewives. Many can be grown on young millets. However, seedlings of novel varieties can only be prepared by grafting or grafting.

How to cut Cuttings ?

Many new varieties of bougainvillea can be cut and planted. You should choose light poles. The head of the stalk used for planting should be removed. You should cut the bottom 5 inches in length and leave the shoots alone. A mixture of chrysanthemum and rutex is good for fast roots from the wound. For this, one tablespoon of 4 teaspoonfuls of cinnamon powder is mixed. Dip the cuttings into the mixture and plant it. The soaked mixture is mixed with goat sand and dried leaves. After planting, covering with a plastic cover or a mineral water bottle with a mouthpiece will increase the moisture content inside, creating new sprays. After planting, the shade should be kept in the shade and the mixture should be moistened as needed.

The method of grafting.

If a fully grown conventional bougainvillea is in possession, a new hybrid bougainvillea can be grafted on. This type of coarse variety, whether on the ground or in pots, should be selected as the root stock for graft. The first step is to cut the bottom of the staircase one foot long and cut across the head. Preventing infection in the wound can be done by using a wax or wax melt to protect the wound. There will be fresh sprouting from this stump. Grafting can be opted for when the sprays are pencil-thickened. A wedge or stone graft is best. For this purpose, choose light millets removed from the head of hybrid bougainvillea. The rod is 4 inches long. Carefully cut both sides of the apple into three-inch lengths on the underside of the stem, cutting off the leaves. Remove the sprouts that grew on the stumps of the coarse variety and remove the cap. Make a split about one inch deep so that the entirety of the bait in the room sits down. For this split the stem of the good breed should be fixed.
If there is more than one sprout in the stem of the coarse variety, all the good varieties of flowers with different colors can be grafted in this way. The grafted portion should be reinforced with a thin plastic sheet. The head of the grafted bushes, including the newly unloaded mulch, should be fully covered with a lightweight plastic cover to increase the moisture content inside. The grafted pole should be provided with good shade and protected from direct sunlight until new shoots are produced.
Alternatively, graft can be grafted on the coarse variety. After cutting across the plant, cover the trunk with fevicol and secure it. Carefully peel off the skin on the side down to one inch long. Breaking skin is only half an inch wide. Secure the lower part of the hybrid’s compartment as prepared for the grafting described above. Depending on the size of the stump, multiple grafts can be grafted on multiple sides at once. All of the grafted parts should be reinforced with thin plastic fibers. Grafted sticks and pins should be fully insulated using a lightweight plastic cover to increase the internal humidity. Shade should also be provided.


The market is important.

This flowering plant should be planted in sunny places for 5 – 6 hours a day. As in other flowering plants, cutting is also important in bougainvillea. It also helps to care for shrubs in the pan. The plant should be cut and cut before the end of May. In the rainy season, new shoots bloom profusely. Limiting irrigation after the end of the year will encourage flower production in Bougainvillea.

Irrigate the young leaves only when the plant is in bloom. Once they are in bloom, they should be well watered. Stems that grow upwards do not bloom. Such cuttings should be cut as soon as they occur. Compound of rock phosphate and potassium nitrate can be added to enhance flowering of cropped  plant. It is advisable to sprinkle a little lime to remove the leaven in the mixture.

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