- Masses of smaller, punchy bright flowers
- A variety of different flower and leaf colours
- Includes deep reds and pretty pinks along with vibrant greens and darker bronze leaves
- High-energy plant that flowers earlier and for longer
- Bushy habit makes them perfect for pots and features
- No deadheading required!
- For best results, plant 12 in a 12inch basket/ pot or space 6 inches apart in the a bed/ border
- Our jumbo plugs will be delivered in mid April. By this time, they will be a good size, the risk of frost will be gone and the ground will be warm and they will shoot off!
- Best time to plant
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Good Pest and Disease Resistance
Begonias can have issues with Powdery Mildew, Bacterial Leaf Spot and Vine Weevils. to defend against the bacterial infections you try to maintain good garden hygiene. Space the plants out adequately to allow for good air circulation so it does not become to crowded and humid within the leaves. Check leaves regularly for Vine Weevil infestations including small notches bitten into the leaves. Try to pick off as many as you can if you find them, including possible larvae. You can also use specific nematodes that will target the Vine Weevils and cause them to die if you notice a serious infestation.MORE
Water the plants to keep the soil consistently moist. During hot, dry, spells this means watering the plants at least once a day. If the plants are to be used in hanging baskets you may need to water twice a day if the plants begin to look distressed during hot periods.MORE
Full Sun to Partial Shade
Begonia's can do well in a full-sun position to partial shade and can actually tolerate more shade than many popular bedding plants. In fact, it is best to avoid a south-facing position as to much sun can burn the leaves.MORE
The best soil to use is a quality potting mix or garden compost which is filled with rich organic matter and drains water away easily.MORE
Feed every week during the growing period with a high-potash feed such as liquid-tomato feed until October for the best blooms. After October you should stop feeding so the plant can prepare itself for winter.MORE
Put the tools down, no pruning required!MORE