Guam territorial flower is the Puti tai nobio, or Bougainvillea - also known as the paper flower. It is a thorny, year-round plant that produces brilliant colors of red, pink, purple, orange and white, and it is usually spread through vines and propagated through cuttings.
Guam is home to thousands of flower species typically found in the tropics, among the most popular are the plumeria, hibiscus, cup-of-gold, and dozens of beautiful orchids.
Other shrubs include varieties of bromeliads, hedge flowers, gingers and birds of paradise.
Flowering trees include the flame tree, allamanda, perfume tree and a wealth of others in every color of the rainbow.
Guam's tropical climate also makes it a perfect environment to grow ornamental house plants, cactuses and water flowers.