Instructions for Healthy Begonias

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.
Begonia plants Urban plants Begonias grow tall, robust, and beautiful thanks to warm temperatures and a gardener's enthusiastic devotion. This flowering plant comes in white, pink, yellow, and scarlet hues and is resilient and simple to grow. All it takes is a little sunshine, some water, and a whole lot of love.
If properly cared for, your new begonia plant can be a long-term addition to your home's décor. We've included instructions below, as well as with the begonia, so you can enjoy this flowering plant for as long as you'd like.
1) Place the begonia in a pot with about 2 inches of room around the roots. A pot that is too large will hold too much water and prevent the begonia from growing properly.
2) Begonias prefer to sit in areas that receive full to partial morning sunshine on a daily basis.
3) Establish a regular watering regimen for the plant. Moisture should be maintained in the soil, but not to the point of becoming damp or soggy. The plant need water if the soil is dry to the touch. It has received too much moisture if it is damp. Too much water might harm the begonia by causing root rot. Watering over a sink or bowl will allow the surplus water to drain.
4) Feed the plant once a month with a balanced houseplant fertiliser. Follow the guidelines on the plant food's label.
5) Prune the plant by removing any faded or dead blossoms. If you leave deadheads on your plant, it will spend its energy trying to resuscitate them rather than concentrate on keeping the rest of the plant healthy.
6) Begonias prefer temperatures between 65 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. They thrive in warmer, more humid environments.

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