Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’

Bougainvillea 'Camarillo Fiesta'

Unleash the Vibrant Beauty of Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ in Your Garden

Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’, also known as Camarillo Fiesta™ Bougainvillea or Bougainvillea ‘Monle’, is a stunning hybrid. This captivating vine is a result of crossing Bougainvillea ‘Barbara Karst’ and Bougainvillea ‘Glabra’. With its vibrant hot pink and gold bracts, Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta™’ adds a splash of color and beauty to any landscape. Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ belongs to the family Nyctaginaceae, commonly known as the Four O’clock Family. The Nyctaginaceae family includes various flowering plants known for their vibrant and showy bracts, which surround the small, inconspicuous flowers.


Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ is a vigorous vine that can reach an impressive height of 30 feet. Its remarkable hot pink and gold bracts create a striking display, blooming in the summer and sporadically throughout the year. The vine features evergreen leaves, each approximately 2 inches long, which provide a lush backdrop to the vibrant bracts.

Cultivation of Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’:

Sunlight: Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ thrives in full sun, making it essential to ensure it receives at least 6 hours of direct sunlight each day for optimal growth and abundant blooming.

Watering: Once established, Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. However, during the summer months, regular watering is beneficial to keep the plant healthy and vibrant. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering.

Soil: Plant Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ in well-draining soil to avoid waterlogged roots. A sandy loam or a mixture of peat and perlite works well for this vigorous vine.

Pest and Disease Control: Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ is generally resistant to pests and diseases. However, keep an eye out for common issues such as mealybugs, scale, and aphids. Regular monitoring and appropriate organic pest control methods can help maintain a healthy plant.


Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ can be propagated through cuttings or seeds.

Cuttings: Take 4-inch cuttings from healthy, non-flowering stems in spring or summer. Ensure each cutting has at least 3 nodes. Dip the cuttings in rooting hormone and plant them in a well-draining potting mix. Keep the mix moist and place the cuttings in a warm, sunny location. Rooting should occur within 4-6 weeks.

Seeds: Sow Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ seeds in spring or summer in a well-draining potting mix. Keep the mix consistently moist and provide warmth and bright light. Germination typically takes 2-4 weeks.

To maintain a dense and attractive plant, prune Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’ in late winter or early spring. This will shape the plant and remove any dead or diseased branches. While this cultivar is relatively pest- and disease-free, it’s essential to monitor for mealybugs, scale, and aphids.

Camarillo Fiesta™ Bougainvillea is a breathtaking vine suitable for containers, borders, and patios. Its captivating beauty and long-lasting blooms make it an ideal choice for adding a vibrant touch to your garden. Embrace the dazzling colors and easy care of Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta™’ and enjoy the enchantment it brings to your outdoor space.

Bougainvillea 'Camarillo Fiesta'
Bougainvillea ‘Camarillo Fiesta’

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