Artificial Bougainvillea Artificial Bougainvillea
Artificial BougainvilleaArtificial Bougainvillea
Artificial BougainvilleaArtificial Bougainvillea
Artificial BougainvilleaArtificial Bougainvillea

Artificial Bougainvillea

Our artificial bougainvillea features brightly coloured petals and lavish green leaves to achieve a naturally beautiful look. The bougainvillea tree idea if you want to brighten up your home or office!
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  • £59.99 inc VAT

Size - Height in cm


Categories: Flowers, Trees, Flowering Trees

Designed for Indoor Use

This product is designed for indoor use because it isn't UV stable.

This doesn't necessarily mean that you can't use them outside.... we just don't recommend it.

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True Measurements

Artificial plants are measured in a range of different ways.

The measurements shown on this page are accurate once the plant has been fully dressed out.

Available for immediate dispatch

This product is available for immediate dispatch and is eligible for our upgraded delivery options. Delivery costs from £3.99 inc VAT.

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Your artificial bougainvillea will suit most of our premium plastic pots. Choose the colour, shape and size you desire to replant your artificial tree to add stability and style. If you require any help to achieve this, head over to The Potting Shed


  • Height: 140cm (4ft)
  • Pot measurements: 13cm (d) x 15cm (h)
  • Flowers per plant: 135
  • Handmade - please allow for small variations
  • Width: 74cm
  • Natural wood twisted stem
  • Leaves per plant: 600

The natural bougainvillea is native to the warmer regions of central and southern America. An evergreen climber, the bougainvillea can grow between 1 to 12 metres tall. A real bougainvillea is hard to maintain as they require a vast amount of water and high-fertility soil and must always be kept frost free during winter. Fortunately, our artificial version is durable and maintenance free! The bougainvillea was named after the French explorer, Loui-Antoine de Bougainville during his voyage of circumnavigation when the exploration team docked in South America in 1768.

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