Begonia flowering plant
A very good flowering plant, the begonia has stunning clusters of shell-like flowers.
The family Begoniaceae contains the genus Begonia, which includes perennial blooming plants. Native to humid subtropical and tropical climates, begonias.
In colder climates, some species are frequently grown indoors as decorative houseplants.
Common Name - Begonia semperflorens, Begonia
Maximum Height - 2 to 5 feet
Flower Color - pinkish
Bloom Time - Year round
Difficulty Level - Medium
Sunlight - Partial sunlight
Watering - ample (sufficient) water during the growing season
Soil - The soil used for these plants should be well drained and it should possess a large part of Sand. Normal Garden soil can also be used for growing this plant.
Temperature - 15 to 18 degree Celsius
Fertilizer - Fertilize during the growing season with liquid fertilizer or vermicompost.
- When the earth seems dry to the touch, water a plant.
- Water your plants liberally in the summer and sparingly in the winter and during the rainy season.
- Try to water the plants between 8 and 10 in the morning.
- Stay away from soggy ground.
- Winter irrigation should be minimized.
- Plant parts that are dead, diseased, or damaged should be removed and disposed of in the rubbish can.
- Many cultivars have been chosen to serve as decorative plants.
- They can be used in window boxes, hanging baskets, and other containers as well as bedding plants.
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