Bougainvillea glabra is an evergreen, climbing shrub with thick, thorny stems & drooping branches that are glabrous or sparsely hairy, sparsely fluffy hairy on the underside & bald on the top.
Purple leaf-like bracts which are oblong or elliptical. It grow individually in pairs or in groups of three on flower stems about almost 3.5 millimeters long.
Tiny white flowers are usually appear in clusters surrounded by colorful papery bracts, hence the name paperflower. The leaves are usually dark green & variable in shape, ranging 4 in 10 cm long. The flowers are about 0.4 cm in diameter (the pink petal-like structures are not the petals, but the bracts.)
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