Hi Patricia – Congratulations on your beautiful bougie! THX! Any that grow out toward the walk that leads to our front door, I clip at the point where the branch leaves the main trunk, taking care not to scar the trunk. Hi Nell, If you want to do that , please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. I am in zone 9 and have been using bougainvillea fertilizer. Is this enough? Know that bougainvillea blooms on new growth so you want to prune to stimulate that. Hi Shawna – Yes, you could have one as an annual. Nell. Barbara Karst is one of the taller, more robust bougainvilleas. Keep the plant well watered when first planted, but then keep dry for more flowers once established. I haven't logged on for quite a while. Yes. If you want more blooms, check this post: I’ve never fertilized mine & they bloom just how I want them to. See tips for pruning your bougainvillea below, and be aware that, if you put it near a garden path, or near the door to your home, you will be pruning it frequently. Even some blossom but deteriorating . Don't be afraid to prune aggressively, if needed. I’m starting some new bougainvillea and wondered how they’d do in plant grow bags. You can plant now but I think it’d be best to wait until Oct or Nov – you won’t need to water it as much to get it going. County, Ca. It is possible, however, that as the vines grow older and larger (about as big around my wrist) they can damage the tree in a choking fashion. Your bougainvillea will be in full bloom in late winter/spring and fall. I bought an orange one but it turned red. Thank you…great site. Thanks! If you keep these “good luck” plants in just water, add some liquid fertilizer every month and avoid topping up with tap water but use filtered water or rainwater. If it needs more than that removed, wait 2 or 3 weeks, then remove a little more. Dig the hole twice as wide as deep & add in a good amount of loam (you don’t need this if your soil drains freely) & organic compost. would be our first experience with them. Nell, I live in Alabama. It started out huge and overgrown when we moved here, but now it looks like a dwarf bush. They drop their leaves in reaction to cold temps. I think you’re going to have to transplant them as carefully as possible without cutting off too many of the roots. I can't wait to dine at Bougainvillea… She’s a keeper. Hi Marie – Bougainvilleas typically don’t bloom too much (if at all) in the 1st year or 2 after planting. ... Caruba Good Luck … Thanks. Hi Sirena – I don’t know anyone who sells cut stems of bougainvillea because it’s not a long lasting cut flower. Bougainvillea blooms only on the tips of new growth. I can’t find any info on their root system. You’ll have to dig down a bit to get as many as you can. We heard many sob stories at the nursery that spring! In the rainy season some flower too, usually the “cold purple” small leaved one. So, you might get some flowering. then when the roots decide to emerge out of the pot again, they will more or less go down into the soil. I live in Hawaii so frost isn’t an issue. While the leaves are not toxic, a prick from the thorns can lead to dermatitis, a skin rash that is typically caused by an allergic reaction. After cutting down a huge oak we are left with an extremely hot patio under a pergola. We live on So Calif zone 9. Nell. Congratulations and good luck to all involved in this venture. If you have poor drainage, that would be a good idea. Do we know why this is happened? Every flowering vine I can think of for your climate is going to make a mess. Nell, Sherika – The best time to incorporate the trellis is at planting time. Green leaves can be seen on the bottom half of the plant. Fill the hole back in & then cover with a 2-3″ layer of nice, rich compost. It never has bother me except for the couple of times I’ve been stabbed in the joint. Good luck with it. Be sure to give it deep waterings to get it established. At least they’re flowering, mine are too! Any advice on how to tame this mess. They love the heat. He’s still in the same pot I purchased him in 4 weeks ago. Its watered about twice a week and is in a pot. Tiny white flowers usually appear in … I live in an apt. How do I tell what is alive and what is dead? Answer: Both are drought tolerant, so water needs are compatible. Some need bright, indirect light. Is this normal behavior? Flowering times and needs are therefore slightly different between varieties. I remove the original plastic pot and with gently care to the root ball I planted my Bogie in an above ground – 1-1/2 x 1 -1/2 planter box. We got our bougainvillea as a gift last summer, we plant it in a very large pot with holes in the bottom. MariaMontgomery (author) from Central Florida, USA on February 14, 2015: You would probably need to grow it in a large pot, then move it indoors in temps below 40 degrees. You could check for pests -- mealy bugs almost killed mine. Will a 6.6 gallon pot be large enough for the roots of a fully grown plant? You didn't say where you are, but I believe I can safely assume that, if you're growing a bougainvillea, you probably live where there are hot summers. There was only one flower left on the entire plant, so I was not a happy gardener. Nell, […] The Secrets Of Bougainvillea: Sharing All I Know About this Colorful Plant […], […] Here’s another post I did on bougainvilleas, video included of course: The Secrets Of Bougainvillea, Sharing Everything I Know. So that it grows approx 7 feet high and 15 feel wide. They seem to shout out “Hey, look at me & I’ll make you smile!” I would like to plant one Boug in the soil, train it to cover a compound wall grill 3 ft. high and 28 ft long. Now that we have relocated to Florida, I can finally grow my own. If I use your advice and leave them in the pots, will I shock them too badly if I use a saw to cut “big” holes in the bottom? If you choose to grow them as annuals, be aware doing this can be quite expensive. It was no longer laying on our roof and was trained to grow away from the downspout. What to do? Question: I live in Flagler County, Florida. I have a great variety of bougainvillea plants, including purple, orange,peach and lots of other shades. Well I gave it a trim today and I’m so scared that it will die. I live in coastal Los Angeles zone 10a. Hi Paula – I’m not sure but it sounds like a symptom of leaf scorch which I’ve seen on other kinds of plants. Is there anything I can do to help it or repair the damage and or encourage it to keep growing? I have been gradually removing the built up of soil from root for past 3 or 4 years.Being careful not to damage the roots, but that was difficult since the dirt was so clumpy and stuck to the roots. I thank you in advance for your expertise & look forward to your feedback. I’ve grown quite a few on walls before with no problems at all. And yes, bury the pot to the level of the root ball soil. Be sure to. I’ve found that they aren’t heavy feeders in regards to fertilizers, especially when in the ground, so go easy on that. Answer: The sap of bougainvillea is mildly toxic. Just an update, I had a Bougainvillea which was having problems producing leaves and branches, instead producing almost a black colored and dry dead budding, like it was diseased. Another thing I learned early on is that this colorful plant doesn’t make a good cut flower. I planted 6 bougainvilleas two years ago, added peat moss to the clay soil and they were doing fine until this summer. How do I care for it? It could be that reason, it’s going through an adjustment period or something with the watering. This is an already well established tree experiencing temperatures in winter of 18-22C (64-72F) and in summer of 23-30C (74-86F). (sorry for long post), Hi Nell, How can we use colors correctly in house Feng Shui to pursue good fortune, avoid disaster and bring us good luck? Aghios Sostis - 29092 Laganas Zakynthos Greece Tel. The leaves are sparse during the winter, I live in southern California. I live in the west San Fernando Valley so it gets really hot. I ordered one purple and one orange and wanted to grow them together. They don’t like to have them disturbed. Why wouldn't my bougainvillea have more leaves? I have No pink flowers left on my bougainvillea, we are towards the end of spring in Texas. When considering any plant for purchase, it's a good idea to lift the rootball out of the pot to see if the roots are going round and round. Nell. It might depend on how deep your septic system is buried. Thanks Nell for responding so quickly. Hi Lan – A soil mix that doesn’t contain too much peat & has excellent drainage is best. Now they are dying. After the bougainvillea has finished blooming for the season, cut it back by a few inches. That's when they should be blooming like crazy, at least around here, it is. The trunks are quite large, and I fear they are root bound. I live in a hot, humid coastal town of India and am writing for an advice. I don’t want it to attach itself to the wall, just the trellis. This will promote healthy growth in the spring. Will this burn the plants in the extreme heat? So glad you enjoyed my article. They tend to look at: The leaves of a plant – Round leaves create flow, whereas pointy leaves bring about negative energy associated with sharp objects. (Get really good care information here.) I looked at it today, and gave it a little water….much to my surprise, it has new growth on it !! Answer: I've never seen one lose all the flowers literally at once. They need a warm climate, full sun, and good drainage. After the plant is established it will prefer to be left on the dry side. Personally, I wouldn’t consider locating another 1 near another oak. 2. The flowering cycles tend to run every 2 months. Hi Nell You have a great site. Is there an alternative flowering vine that you would suggest to replace the boug? Anywhere plastic touches the plant will be damaged. Does it have good drainage? Should I throw them out and start over again? Also, bougainvillea grows quite large -- I mean really large. Had planned on putting them in 2 different “in ground” locations, but unfortunately we hit concrete a few inches down in one spot so my gardener put the two side by side. Yes, you can move it right away to a sunny area because otherwise it won’t bloom. Nell. Will my Bogie be happy even though I took off the planter pot? I am absolutely blown away by your photos and discussion with others who have tree size plants! Do you know whether it comes in any other colors I didn't mention? It receives 2 gallons of water three times a week from drip system. Do you want the bougainvillea to climb a tree similar to the way wild wisteria does? i did a hard trim back in early Feb. which seemed to help a bit. Hi Nell – I live in Northern Baja in the desert. I wish I could share a picture of my Bougainvillea. We want to grow a dense, hardy, colorful hedge about 100′ long, 2′ wide and 6-10′ high. I have a very sunny sunroom where it can get the sun it needs in winter. Others are much newer. HELP!!!! Now that we live in Zone 8-b, I no longer grow this vine, but I sprinkled used coffee grounds around the one I had. Beds are lots of sand and landscape gravel. Water it in very deeply. I'm not sure why it never bloomed again, but it blooms only twice per year: spring and fall/winter. Thanks for visiting, and good luck with your bougainvillea. He will NOT listen to me. Watch the video below & you’ll see how it looked in early Feb. Blood has been shed! Hi Hi Emily – I would happily send you a cutting but I don’t think it would make it because they almost immediately droop after picking. If you want, you can e-mail me at and send a photo of your plant. https://inthegardenwithmaria.com/2016/05/26/bougai... Best bougainvilleas for pots and containers. I have read throughout your posts that you say the bougie is a “tough little bugger” but want to do it right the first time!! Hi Karen – I’m not sure what size you planted, but a 1 gallon plant would grow very slowly. We dip into the upper 20s on the colder winter days with some light dusting of frost on those evenings. Bougainvillea needs rich, acidic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6.0. I’m sure others will benefit from reading this & now I can pass this info on. Not fair. The colors are just a matter of what you can find – the bright pink & magenta colors seem to be more readily available as low growers than the colors you want . Nell, Thank you Talinda! Bougainvillea can also be grown as an annual or as a houseplant outside those zones. I would recommend going to a local reputable nursery & see if they could specially order one for you. Lately, many of the bougainvilleas leaves have turned yellow and brittle and are starting to fall off and week by week there are fewer purple flowers. I am most concerned with how many litres of water i should give these pots and how often i should water them weekly. It needs good drainage & lots of sunshine. If it were to be pruned now, it would lose all the flower buds that will soon be coming. Hi Nell, can you tell me what the difference is between the San Diego Red and the Barbara Karst? I’ve never fertilized bougainvilleas; only composted. Work from the outside of the plant inward & remove branches all the way back to the main branches. Hi Nell from India…I loved your blog about bougs. What are the chances it would overwinter well? I was afraid to prune it after reading that they should never be pruned. I live in NC, took plant inside for winter. Do I need to remove more top soil? Is there something that needs to be done to the soil to rid it of the poison she used? You can always cut off the rim if you need to. Most bloom the 1st year. The shades can vary slightly from year to year depending on the temps/sun but not the color. Hi Valerie – I don’t have any experience with over wintering this plant. Should I cut the branch way back it has no other branches extending from it. Nell. This year we will celebrate 10 years of our wedding, and these nice trees are a great proof that with care they stay alive and grow well. The bougainvillea could get it but I’ve never seen either 1 of those pests infest bougies. Nell. Question: I pruned back a bed of bougainvillea today at work. See map below.) Hi Bethany – Smart move to plant your new bougie in the grow pot! They are planted in the ground. So anyone experiencing the same problem as me, try watering more frequently for at least a week to see any difference. I never fertilize them, only compost. Not spots, just areas. Also, the soil below will be too compact & perhaps too acidic for the roots of the bougainvillea to grow successfully. These plants prefer a slightly acidic soil, so you may want to test the pH of the soil. Should I keep it in the original 1-gallon pot and cut off the bottom of that pot then set it into the larger container? Check Out These Care Guides Below! If the plant has been in the pot too long, and the roots are going round and round, they will need to be loosened. showing lots of color in spring and fall, and intermittently throughout summer. The many varieties mean you can find one to suit your need whether filling a pot or covering the entire facade of a house. It’ll do well for 2-3 years in that pot but will eventually need to be repotted into an even larger pot if you want it to grow up & over the pergola. Thirty minutes is the max to let the pot sit in water. Otherwise, bring them into the garage when a cold spell is forecast. As a tree – gradually started taking out the other stems to get it to 1 main truck. Hi Nell, I did this with my Bougainvillea Barbara Karst. I am not sure when the blooming cycles are in your area, but no matter where you are, pruning should be done immediately after blooming. And how far should each be planted apart from each other. thank you! We have lots of varieties here too. Hi Nell, I live in Indiana where it snows, and just recently bought me a bouganvillea simply because I love them I’m from California and admire them. In my Santa Barbara garden I had a 19′ Bird of Paradise, a humungous Bougainvillea glabra and many other anchor plants so that didn’t come into play either. Yes Luke, I’d try Armstrong Gardens. In a pot, the root ball is surrounded with cold air in winter which makes it more susceptible to freeze damage. I appreciate it. Large leaves are better than small leaves. They need it as they are very vigorous growers. If not, the roots of the plant may now be too deep. Any advise on how to get it to grow larger? After reading a lot of your writing, I feel like I know a lot about the plant, but don’t know where to start and I don’t want to damage this plant further. Withholding water will trigger blooming, but withholding too much will also trigger leaf loss. With this in mind, choose a spot against a warm, protected wall where you want to add a BIG splash of color. My orange bougainvillea seems very happy EXCEPT the flowers have turned magenta (which I hate!) I’d check with a reputable nursery in your area & see what they recommend. Wintering them over indoors isn’t always successful & the growing season outdoors is short. Nell, I’ve had a 5′ bougainvillea in a large planter for 4 yrs on the west side w some shade. In the case of bougainvilleas, definitely not. Basically a living fence to replace an ugly, dilapidated wooden fence that is falling down. 2) The sewerage pipes for the apt. Use them as a vine, ground cover, hedge or tree. It has 26 established bougainvilleas. I dug it up and moved it, 8 weeks later. You said you added more organic soil & more mulch. Is this a bad time to plant bougainvillea? Loved your post! Another year or 2 huh? Answer: Without more information, it is hard to say. They’re a very common plant & not very expensive so I’d recommend buying a new one. I am clueless down here. Is it going to keep growing inside ?? Question: Does bougainvillea graft well onto certain types of trees to adorn an already-hardy-&-mature root system/established tree? I'm so glad I can grow them now. would be a good companion but it sounds like both are doing fine. one pot was actually gathering water because the root plugged the 1-inch hole. What can be wrong? We didn’t know it should not stay out in the cold winter, it has nothing on the vine and I mean nothing! Nell, Nelly Thanks for all your info and replying to my posts. Here’s a post on planting/transplanting a bougie: https://www.joyusgarden.com/how-to-plant-bougainvillea-to-grow-successfully-the-most-important-thing-to-know/ as well as an updated care: https://www.joyusgarden.com/care-growing-tips-bougainvillea/ Nell. Once well established, they can withstand dry periods & actually flower better under these conditions. Just feel the top one inch of soil with your finger. Help, my HUGE bougainvillea in Portugal seems to be dying. Thank you for the quick reply. Just allow some room for the stems to grow. I have 3 & 1 of them blooms non-stop. The way I would do it if my plant had a branch close to the ground, is to scrape a little of the bark off the underside of the branch. Bougainvilleas changing color aren’t a reaction to soil pH or environment so there’s nothing I know of to change the color back. You’ll need a strong support & a method of attachment. If you must have one, see above. I have a bougainvillea that I purchased 3 years ago. Clipping the stems with something like jute twine would work. Thanks for visiting. I have doubts about the varieties which grow to be 30′ tall although they should do alright for the 1st few years. Thank you! I will find another location for my bougainvilleas! Southwest Florida is in Zone 11a & 11b. If you want it to grow against a wall or fence, then angle it that way. The pots they’re in could be too small, or conversely, they could actually be getting too much water. I think the inner stems were still green, but I didn’t have the patience to wait, so I replaced it. Question: Would a bougainvillea grow better in a plastic or terra cotta container? I’m keeping the […], Your email address will not be published. But they always seem to recover quite fast and make new leaves. By any chance are the leaves turning pale green or yellow? I noticed you said to have no info or experience in growing or maintaining them indoors. Here in Southern California they are common, inexpensive & grow like crazy as I imagine they do & are In south Australia. I love bougainvillea, they make my heart sing, make me smile & brighten the world with their vibrant colors. I’m doing everything right as far as I know and my bougainvillea are not growing or blooming; in the full sun all day, not over watering (waiting for the soil to get good and dry then saturate), they’ve even wilted a couple of times, the right plant food 6-8-10 bougain food for “powerful bloom boost” it proclaims. Did you remove some old soil before adding more soil? Thanks, Hi Leslie – That is a ground cover – Bougainvillea “Golden Jackpot”. Any help on this would be appreciated! Regarding the sewage pipes, bougainvilleas have a fine root system. My newly planted bougies have been hit by loopers. My dilemma has to do with having to plant one in a pot. Their root systems are actually rather fine. Too bad because they scream “look at me!” when in full bloom. Hi Nell : ‘San Diego Red' is one of the most cold-tolerant Bougainvillea available with lipstick-red bracts. They grow really well here in Perth and I can’t wait to get mine going!! I’m not sure about loosing the colored bracts as fast, but there’s definitely some that flower more than others. MariaMontgomery (author) from Central Florida, USA on May 12, 2017: I write a garden blog called "In the Garden with Maria". Thank you, Hi Sandra – It very well could be happy. Sounds like the Hibiscus have either whiteflies &/or mealy bugs because they are prone to both. My question is overwintering. I need advise for a plain concrete balcony without balcony. Hi How I Prune & Trim My Bougainvillea For Maximum Bloom. I have absolutely no experience in regards to this. This is considered semi-tropics. Thanks for the squidlike and for the nice comment. It’s in the genes so the breeding is the cause. When you say leave it in the container when planting a new Boug, how large of slits are you talking? I decided to move my ancient Boug, instead of buying a new spindly one, when we built our porch. For example, when we lived in central Florida, our heaviest bloom-time was early-to-mid spring and late autumn, both of which is when the weather is cooler. Of course, I wasn’t there when he did it, so it was crooked and looked ridiculous, when he got done. Neil, I enjoy reading your site. By the way, I love orange too. It bloomed once, it wont bloom again in the fall? Will it get too hot and burn my plants? At times of temperatures in the high-80s Fahrenheit or above, insecticidal soaps will work best. I’ve already done a post showing some of these options so be sure to check it out. In spring and fall, these beauties (with the right care) will explode into a profusion of color, spreading their thorny branches to cover a wall or fence completely. Having a bougainvillea in your garden, either in a pot or in the ground, is always joyful due to the gorgeous flush of color. I wish I would have gotten to this blog way before I touched it. Living in Montreal, Quebec, I thought this would be difficult to keep them. Post a Reply to this Thread You cannot post until you register , sign up and subscribe. Prune? I’ve bookmarked your page and will come back often for more info and to watch any new videos! What a lovely way to remember & celebrate your life together! Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on February 13, 2015: This is a tough one to grow in our neck of the woods. Answer: I recommend using regular potting soil. Thanks for any ideas. Have not seen that color for sale anywhere since. As far as I can tell there are 2 one meter sucker trees (growing in a really awkward spot), 3 smaller trees which have been cut back at some time and 3 original trees which are full of spines and are rampant. Give them regular water (which you can back off after they’re established) & as much sun (at least 6-8 hours per day) & heat as possible. When the wind blows many of the leaves of the Bougainvillea find their way into my veggie garden where I grow squash and peppers. Dig a very large hole & add plenty of those amendments. Thank you so much for all the great info on successfully growing Bougainvilles! Also remove some of the soil and any affected mulch around the base of the plant. Nell, Thank you Deanna! Your cost for the products will be no higher but Joy Us garden receives a small commission. If the pot is too small, it could be potbound. In my experiences with bougainvillea, they’re slow to go at 1st & then really start to take off after 3-5 years. New growth will begin to emerge in a few weeks. I was expecting them to grow at same rate and eventually meet in the middle , having read the threads above I think I may be expecting too much too soon , I look forward to seeing how much growth I start to get in spring, Hi Alan – I don’t know if the 2 bougainvilleas are the same species/variety or not, but some grow a bit faster than others. Your blog is awesome. What do you think? Be sure to plant where it will have good drainage. I learned this when I worked at a nursery & did it many times always with success when I was a professional gardener. For more info check this post on “how to plant bougainvillea to grow successfully: the one thing to know.“. Bougies can be slow to take off so give that 1 some time. Planting it in the center might be easier for training though. What’s your recommendation?? I live in zone 7. You can check this by pressing the soil down with your hands to ensure it is well packed, but not compacted. Of course, the lower growing bougies don’t need transplanting as often. Hard to say not knowing what size the pots are. How should I care for them over the winter? Nell. I live in Barcelona so the climate is very sunny and warm/hot of many months of the year. This unique tree is almost impossible to locate at big-box stores and chain garden centers. Nell, Hi Tracy – You can just make slits in the sides & that’ll be fine. I’m not sure how big your plant or why you’re pruning it (to control the height, to make it fill in, to stimulate flowering, etc) so it’s hard to tell you. I live near Laguna Beach CA–south of you in Santa Barbara. And would it recuperate well if it did survive winter. The Chinese tradition is very specific about using the right kinds of feng shui plants. Bougainvillea is not your typical houseplant—in its natural state, it's a sprawling climber and shrub with formidable thorns, often found on the exterior of buildings (like climbing up a trellis or over a fence) or in gardens in subtropical-to-tropical climates. Sure, Home Depot doesn’t seem very helpful. Question: When pruning Bougainvillea do I cut off the sharp thorns? I knew next to nothing about the bougainvilleas 10 years ago, when my wife and I were offered a nice one in a pot for our engagement. It lost it leaves and flowers at the beginning of November, and we cut it back, and planted in a beautiful huge pot. Wind and freeze damage can be cut away, allowing new growth to emerge. Answer: I have never tried, but you probably can. Answer: If you live in an area where they can be successfully grown, any good garden center, even the big box stores will have them. Hope that helps! She’s got little tiny pink buds all over. I’ve never heard of B. Johnny Walker. What if the pots are plastic. I want to make some design changes to the porch and I don’t want to plan around a tree that will be dead in a couple of years and have to start over. You never know with plants, do you?! It’s hard to say without knowing all the conditions. The bark seems to have mould patches on it ! Here’s a post I did on planting them: https://www.joyusgarden.com/how-to-plant-bougainvillea-to-grow-successfully-the-most-important-thing-to-know/ Nell. They also received no direct sunlight all winter. I am wondering if it would be okay to clip the bougie to the wire instead of threading it, or if you think threading will still work with this size opening. There are ground cover & dwarf forms if you don’t want a monster plant. Answer: The color on any plant will fade as the blossoms and bracts age. I am not worried so much about the blooming but some of the leaves are getting faded white areas on them. We like a variety of color. I wish I have that purple bougainvillea too. Unfortunately after about a year the tree has died due to the trauma and I had this tree trimmed with the idea of using the trunk and its bare branches as a stand for growing some bougainvillea vines. I recently purchased a home that was terribly overgrown with plants everywhere. I would never live to see a new one get as big and established as the one I have. I am in the Oklahoma City area and just purchased my first Bougainvilleas from a nursery. Should I stop watering for a while? Oh my goodness Laura, I love bougainvilleas but I’d never put 1 next to a pool. The recommended USDA zones are 9B through 11. If it is grown outdoors, be prepared to lose the plant if your winter is less than mild. I cut it back when it gets leggy. : +30 26950 52359 - Fax: +30 26950 53031 Email: email@example.com Within 30 days I’ve lost all of the flowers & am now losing some leaves and don’t know what to do. It will grow far larger if in the ground. We need a flowering vine that we can train “down” the wall & are thinking of bougainvilleas. they are each in very large pots, I’d say pushing 50+ gallons. As the weather gets cooler and cooler, be sure your bougainvillea has good drainage to prevent possible root rot from having "soggy feet". It is 95 gallon tree that we planted in its pot & cut holes for drainage. Give it as much light as you can. These are of course growing up from the bottom but the bottom 4 to 5 feet of branches look fine so far, it is just the top few feet that look awful.
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