Buy Begonia Flower Bulbs

Urban Plants SKU: UP80043
Buy Begonia Flower Bulbs
Buy Begonia Flower Bulbs

Buy Begonia Flower Bulbs

Urban Plants SKU: UP80043
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Begonia flower mix bulb

Common Name - Wax begonia and clubed begonia.

Begonia plant Height. - 6 to 12 (height) x 12 to 18 (width)

Begonia flower Color - Mix color

Begonia flowering Time - Year round

Difficulty Level - Medium

Planting procedure:
 The performance of begonia tubers is optimum when they are planted in the spring(please mention month), approximately 812 weeks before the typical last date of frost in your area.

Create a hole that is three times as deep as the bulb's height.

Place the bulb in the hole with the hollow side facing up, then firmly cover it with soil.

bulbs should be 3 inches apart.

after planting, properly water the bulb

Use a potting mixture of garden soil, compost, perlite, and sand to plant bulbs (2:2:1:1) Vermicompost, soil, and cocopeat (2:1:2)


Sunlight - Partial sunlight most begonias can thrive in both full sun and full shade. Try providing the plant with part shade and 4 to 6 hours of early sunlight if you want to create the best possible growing circumstances.

Water - ample water during the growing season It thrives in a variety of environments, but for it to remain at its most luxuriant, provide it with light shade, rich, well-drained soil, and an abundance of water. Furthermore, it enjoys a lot of fertiliser, so be generous.

Soil - Well-drained When exposed to cold, damp soils, begonias are extremely vulnerable to root and stem rot, therefore appropriate drainage is crucial. Choose a light potting soil that includes extra perlite, if it is available, or make your own mix by combining potting soil, perlite, and peat moss in equal amounts.

Temperature - 18 and 20 degree C.

Fertilizer - Fertilize during the growing season with liquid fertilizer The ideal fertiliser for begonias is a balanced, slow-release 20-20-20 mixture. Fertilizer burn is less likely to affect your plants when you use slow-release fertilisers..

Begonia uses

A number of cultivars have been selected as ornamental plants.

They can be used as bedding plants and in window boxes, hanging baskets.

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