The bugambilia plant is a showy, evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial vine or shrub. Bugambilia is the Spanish term for the plant. In English, the plant is usually called a bougainvillea or paper flower for its thin, delicate bracts (modified leaves). Although lightweight, the bracts are nonetheless showy, clumped together on the branches in large clusters and blooming in a profusion of bright colors. Bugambilia plants are quite versatile and can be easily grown, according to Edward F. Gilman, a horticulturist with the University of Florida
Iris fields in Washington
Anyone can grow Bearded Iris. Plant them this summer in a sunny spot. Give them a little water to start with, and prepare to have your breath swept away the following spring.