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Rindskopf, Yellow Featherd Art Glass Vase 1900-05 with freshly cut Bouganvilla

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Recent activity39105 of 114293FABULOUS ART DECO CZECH GLASS LAMP MOTTLED WITH AMETHYST WEBB DECOR RUCKLFantastic Loetz Candia Papillon Conch Shell Vase ca. 1897 Prod. Nr. 7122/IV
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Posted 2 years ago


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Cut this morning, wanted to share :) I live in Texas, I cant plant it in the ground, so I have it potted in a large pot and every fall I cut it back and move it in the garage during winter, and move it back out in the early spring. I adore it!

Bougainvilleas are popular ornamental plants in most areas with warm climates. Locarno in Switzerland, with its mild Mediterranean climate, is famous for its bougainvilleas.[citation needed]

Although it is frost-sensitive and hardy in U.S. Hardiness Zones 9b and 10, bougainvillea can be used as a houseplant or hanging basket in cooler climates. In the landscape, it makes an excellent hot season plant, and its drought tolerance makes it ideal for warm climates year-round. Its high salt tolerance makes it a natural choice for color in coastal regions. It can be pruned into a standard, but is also grown along fence lines, on walls, in containers and hanging baskets, and as a hedge or an accent plant. Its long arching thorny branches bear heart-shaped leaves and masses of papery bracts in white, pink, orange, purple, and burgundy. Many cultivars, including double-flowered and variegated, are available.

Many of today's bougainvillea are the result of interbreeding among only three out of the eighteen South American species recognized by botanists. Currently, there are over 300 varieties of bougainvillea around the world. Because many of the hybrids have been crossed over several generations, it is difficult to identify their respective origins. Natural mutations seem to occur spontaneously throughout the world; wherever large numbers of plants are being produced, bud-sports will occur. This had led to multiple names for the same cultivar (or variety) and has added to the confusion over the names of bougainvillea cultivars.

The growth rate of bougainvilleas varies from slow to rapid, depending on the variety. They tend to flower all year round in equatorial regions. Elsewhere, they are seasonal, with bloom cycles typically four to six weeks. Bougainvilleas grow best in dry soil in very bright full sun and with frequent fertilization; but they require little water once established, and in fact will not flourish if over-watered. As indoor houseplants in temperate regions, they can be kept small by bonsai techniques. They can be easily propagated via tip cuttings.[

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  1. SEAN68 SEAN68, 2 years ago
    stunning and very very beautiful Gary :) love the flowers in the vase and the back yard:) sweet!!
  2. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Sean :) Thanks as well LB
  3. Moonstonelover21 Moonstonelover21, 2 years ago
    Gary, I used to live in Texas for 7 years...and know all about the weather! Love the vase...beautiful!
  4. SEAN68 SEAN68, 2 years ago
    your very welcome Gary:)!!!!
  5. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks MSL21
  6. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thank you DrFluffy
  7. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Love the photo and bougainvilleas too! They can be very thorny!
  8. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Kevin, you are correct.. Ouch !
  9. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thank you Charcoal
  10. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Alisa, Inky, Mikelv85, Warren and Dan
  11. forewhales forewhales, 2 years ago
    They grow everywhere wild on the island of Maui. They are beautiful flowers, but sadly, have no fragrance. :~(
  12. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thank you Phil. Smiata and Leah for the love

    and thanks Patti, I hope to find that info out on my own soon on a visit to Maui :)
  13. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Musikchoo
  14. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Trudy
  15. czechman czechman, 2 years ago
    Thanks Justanovice
  16. czechman czechman, 1 year ago
    thanks Jack1989
  17. Alfredo Alfredo, 1 year ago
    We use them for border fences because of their ferocious thorns and the sheer beauty of the different colors. In Florida, at my sister's, they were literally drowned by the ungodly amounts of rain they've been having. By the way, that's one of my favorite Rindskopf's!
  18. czechman czechman, 1 year ago
    Alfredo, I bet they are monsters in size! thanks for the comment, the Yellow Featherd Rindskopf is my fave as well.

    Thanks Amberrose for the love
  19. czechman czechman, 1 year ago
    Thanks Bratjdd for lovn
  20. GlueChip GlueChip, 1 year ago
    Show stopper. Lovely.
  21. czechman czechman, 1 year ago
    Thank you, GlueChip
  22. czechman czechman, 1 year ago
    Thanks for lovn Catteann

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