- New Latin, from Louis Antoine de Bougainville French admiral + -a. (Wiktionary)
“Each villa has its own pool shaded by Bougainvillea and almond and citrus trees.”
“His 1989 'Bougainvillea' used 45 yards of fabric in dozens of shades of green and a few reds and purples—its endless pleats taking three months to sew.”
“They share a large swimming pool, a tennis court and gardens peppered with Bougainvillea, almond and citrus trees.”
“Bougainvillea climbs the wall of the Mercado de Artesanias in Tequisquiapan.”
“Actually, “Bougainvillea” is a great example of one of the things about zombies that unnerves me the most—they never stop, never slow, and inevitably they will win.”
“Un bougainvillier (Bougainvillea) from Sainte-Cécile-les-Vignes and from your Son.”
“The sap of the Bougainvillea can cause skin rashes similar to poison oak/ivy.”
“Bougainvillea is beautiful, but bugs like 'em and the sap of the plant can be like poison oak...”
“Bougainvillea, Bleeding Heat Vine, Yellow Wax Bells (a MoBot Plant of Merit) and Mexican Petunia were just a few of the plants that were blooming in October.”
“The more we drove around this extraordinarily, attractive and almost totally Mexican neighborhood, just outside of Guad, called Bougainvillea, periodic houses like wilting flowers, desperate for survival, laid overgrown with brush totally abandoned.”
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