The genus (or first part of the scientific name) for bougainvillea is actually "bougainvillea." There are several species, including Bougainvillea glabra, which if you are in the southern United States, this is most likely the horticultural species you will find.
If in South America, there are species called Bougainvillea peruviana and Bougainvillea spinosa.
Bougainvillea spectabilis,others might say it is Bougainvillea glabra,but Bougainvillea glabra is the scientific name of paper flower.
Bougainvillea is a genus of which there are many species such as Bougainvillea Glabra, Bougainvillea Peruvianaetc.
Bougainvillea is the scientific name for a genus of shrubs named in honour of Louis Antoine de Bougainville , a French navigator.
Bougainvillea glabra is the scientific name of bouganvillia plant.
The accepted scientific name is Asciodes gordialis.
Bougainvillea is the scientific name of the flowering plant commonly called bougainvillea.Specifically, the plant in question carries the name of explorer Louis Antoine de Bougainville (November 12, 1729 - August 31, 1811), upon whose ship the first Europeans transported the plant from voyages to what is now Latin America. The plant is native to South America. The complete scientific name must include the particular species, of which Bougainvillea glabra and B. spectabilis particularly are well known.
There are a number of Bougainvillea species, including: Bougainvillea glabra Bougainvillea spectablis Bougainvillea peruviana and Bougainvillea x buttiana
Bougainvillea Glabra. It is more commonly known as Paper Flower.
no...Bougainvillea is a dicot
Bougainvillea is both the common and scientific name.Specifically, the thorny, woody vine grows natively in Argentina, Brazil, Peru and Uruguay. The scientific name which ensued after the plant's first known description by a European (Philibert CommerÃƒÂ§on, 1727-1773) honors the French doctor's "boss", Louis-Antoine, comte de Bougainville (1729-1811). English speakers never looked to other words to function as the plant's common designation even though there are many such equivalents in Latin America's languages.
The flowering plant is a bougainvillea. (from the genus name)
Bougainvillea is a dicotyledoen plant.
No, Bougainvillea is a terrestrial plant.
Bougainvillea is edible. The Bougainvillea is often used in different types of salads. It can also be used in teas.
Actually there is no exact equivalent for Bougainvillea in Tagalog language.
Yes, bougainvillea is rich in glucose .
Yes. Bougainvillea grows in rainforests. ;)
A bougainvillea is a shrub and a climber but if it has no support it will become a creeper.