April 8, 2019 By Noemi Van In Garden Plants
Begonias require little attention once established and will bloom continuously until the first frost in the autumn. They need virtually no dead heading so you can have flowers all summer long.
- Useful tips; Pinch out the growing points when the plant has 5 or 6 leaves. This encourages bushier growth and more flowers.
- Soil conditions: Plant in multi purpose compost that drains well as Begonias rot if kept too moist. Performs very well in shady spots.
- Water only when the soil is dry to touch, do not over water Begonias. Feed once a week when flowering with a balanced.
Famous for its huge double flowers in a mix of hot oranges, reds, yellows, pinks with a splash of white. This variety will provide a feast of color all summer! Profuse flowering, fully double flowers, strong and upright plants.
Flowering: May to first frost.
Ideal for hanging baskets and containers. Colors: Red, rose, orange, white. Flowering: May to first frost.
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