bougainvilleas love

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  • noun Plural form of bougainvillea.

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  • With ample water AND adequate soil preparation, even such tropical species such as bougainvilleas are quite feasible and will flower readily in March and April, roses usually are done flowering after Easter, fruit trees start as early as January when taking a gamble with late frosts and you give ample water all winter.

    The Weather Channel: National Weather Outlook

  • The tropical climate and lush foliage in PV provide the ideal environment for these ancient reptiles (as well as for us ancient retirees!); a never ending year-round supply of food with an abundance of leaves, fruit, and flowers such as hibiscus and bougainvilleas.

    The Three Eyed Iguanas of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • The vibe is very relaxed, with a scent of bougainvilleas everywhere.

    Honest Cooking: Dining At The Marbella Club: Legend Of The South

  • Throw in a few bougainvilleas, hibiscus, birds of Paradise, geraniums, orchids, and numerous other tropical flowers (all in full bloom over the holidays) and you'll have the most beautiful Christmas you've ever experienced.

    Christmas in Mexico

  • Despite the bum rap San Francisco gets about wind and fog, sunshine is the norm in Dogpatch, which is why I can grow bamboo, hot-pink bougainvilleas and an apple tree, a Japanese maple and fuchsia.

    Red Room: Victoria Zackheim: Rats in San Francisco?

  • Throw in a few bougainvilleas, hibiscus, birds of Paradise, geraniums, orchids, and numerous other tropical flowers (all in full bloom over the holidays) and you'll have the most beautiful Christmas you've ever experienced.

    Christmas in Mexico

  • The tropical climate and lush foliage in PV provide the ideal environment for these ancient reptiles (as well as for us ancient retirees!); a never ending year-round supply of food with an abundance of leaves, fruit, and flowers such as hibiscus and bougainvilleas.

    The Three Eyed Iguanas of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • Throw in a few bougainvilleas, hibiscus, birds of Paradise, geraniums, orchids, and numerous other tropical flowers (all in full bloom over the holidays) and you'll have the most beautiful Christmas you've ever experienced.

    Christmas in Mexico

  • Throw in a few bougainvilleas, hibiscus, birds of Paradise, geraniums, orchids, and numerous other tropical flowers (all in full bloom over the holidays) and you'll have the most beautiful Christmas you've ever experienced.

    Christmas in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • All Mexicans want to assimilate, so fences are usually the first thing we erect once we buy a casa: pointy, menacing bars wrapped with organic barbed wire like bougainvilleas or roses to keep the damn Mexicans at bay.

    Gustavo Arellano: ¡ASK A MEXICAN!: 'Illegals' Love Wrought Iron Fences?

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