One MEDIUM plant (3 feet tall and 4 feet wide); fuschia/hot pink fleurs. Growing more branches/leaves every day. Low water. Currently in pots that are not for sale, so bring your own or bring another transport method. Bougainvillea will put on their best flower show when they are a little tight in the pots.
Asking $35. A steal, just check nursery prices to compare!
About this plant:
Form: large cascading shrub; can be trained up on trellis (does not cling)
Size: to 30ft in locations where it does not freeze; more commonly 10-12ft with spread of 8ft
Leaves: lots of variation in leaf shape: globular, elliptical, obivate, cordate; to 4in long
Flowers: small insignificant flowers surrounded by showy colorful bracts; many varieties of bract available including red, hot pink, purple, yellow, gold, and white; flowers mostly in spring but again in fall in response to day length
Fruit: not significant
Stems/Trunks: slender, arching stem; well-armed with thorns
Range/Origin: South America
Hardiness: frost sensitive; foliage damaged below 32°F
Also selling one, very wide Hibiscus tree. Constantly cycling red flowers. It is about 5-6 feet tall (at soil level--again, not selling its pot) has more than a dozen branches that stretch out another 5 feet from its center.
Here is a link to Hibiscus care: http://www.strictlyhibiscus.com/care.php
Asking $45. Another steal, just check nursery prices to compare!
Pictures below are the actual plant, but they have more leaves and foliage now.
Call if interested: 512-.
Location: east Austin