Elizabeth Angus Bougainvillea
The vibrant pink Elizabeth Angus does well in all applications as responds well to pruning on trellis or as patio tree. However, this plant does equally as well when aggressively pruned bush or hanging basket as tends to trail its runners more readily than other varieties. If this variety is left to grow will reach 6-10 feet high and 4-6 feet wide with dense foliage and thorns that are not particularly large relative to other varieties.

Elizabeth Angus is a moderate feeder, but will yellow out readily if deprived of nutrients especially iron. In the South eastern U.S. Elizabeth Angus flowers all year round with the exception of mid summer when excessive rains will drop bloom. The plants will, however, slow the growth pattern heavily during extreme cold in January and February.
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