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Begonia is a genus of perennial flowering plants in the family Begoniaceae. Begonias are among the most popular of cultivated plants, indoors or outdoors. These lovely plants are grown for both their leaf forms and their blooms, depending on the type of begonia. In some areas of the world, the wax begonia is easily the most popular bedding plant, while serious plant collectors still go to great lengths to hunt down beautiful foliage begonias.
Potting Soil Mix
All Purpose Fertilizer
Every 12-13 Month
1. A Begonia Plant needs plenty of bright indirect light but no direct sun.
2. A Begonia Plant should be grown in a loose well- aerated soil.
3. Begonia Plants like to be evenly watered but hate being over-watered. During the winter, when a Begonia Plant is dormant, reduce your water.
4. Feed a Begonia Plant with a balanced plant food every two weeks.
5. Large or gangly Begonia Plant can be pruned into shape. Rotating potted Begonia Plant keeps them full and balanced looking.
1. Adds Beauty to the House
1. Fertilize a Begonia Plant in the spring when the new growth starts to appear.
2. As long as there is still growing room in the pot, the begonia should be considered happily potted.
1. Don't soak the soil of newly potted plants, but do keep it lightly moist and warm.
2. Begonia don't like direct misting, which encourages powdery mildew.
3. Do not wet the leaves or the crown.