Flowering Bonsai Bougainvillea create stunning red or pink frills that resemble flowers make for a beautiful bonsai full of color. However, the Bonsai Bougainvillea tree requires more attention than other species of tree used for bonsai and are not recommended as a tree for beginners. Requires full sun and must be constantly trimmed and wired to maintain shape and encourage the growth of flowers. The Pink Pixie is the most common variety used for bonsai, as the foliage grows more dense and is easier to dwarf than other sub specie.
Bougainvillea have a wonderful range of colorful flowers this attracts both Bonsai artists and gardeners. Flowering mainly in Winter and in early Spring with brilliant blooms that range from whites to yellows, oranges reds, pinks, and purples. Flowers also come in both single or double blooms.
We carry a special collection of Flowering Bougainvillea Bonsai mostly available by special order. If you are interested in a list of our current stock of Bougainvillea Bonsai Trees Contact us via the contact form below or me Jason by phone or text at 786-385-3218.
Lighting, & Watering
• Bonsai Bougainvillea Trees like most bonsai prefer a well draining soil that also holds water well, I recommend a blend of lava rock, per-lite, a little potting soil and grit. Make sure your pot allows for proper drainage.
• The Bonsai Bougainvillea thrives on sunlight, the more sun the more flowers your bonsai will produce. However, never let the tree get direct sunlight while the soil is dry. If the sun is to strong and the leaves begin to dry out or burn , place your Bougainvillea Bonsai Tree into partial shade to let the leaves recover.
• The Bougainvillea Bonsai prefers slightly drier conditions, so be sure not to over water. Good drainage will assist in effective watering. During its flowering period it will enjoy extra watering to maintain health and vitality.