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    Begonia Bertini

    One tuber produces more than 100 vivid flowers! Best grown in rich, organic, well-drained soils in dappled shade or bright indirect light. Avoid full sun or full shade. Best in cool summers. Dislikes high heat and humidity.  Keep soils consistently moist through regular watering, but avoid over-watering. Protect from strong winds, but provide good air circulation. Regular fertilization during the growing period produces most profuse bloom. Start plants indoors in late Winter about 2 1/2 - 3 months before time to set out. Set outside only after all threat of frost is over.

    Plant tubers shallowly with concave side up. Plant 1 tuber per pot or space 12-18" apart in borders. Taper off watering in fall when leaves begin to turn yellow. Before first fall frost, store containers in frost-free location or dig up tubers and store. If tubers are to be dug up, lift, shake off soil, dry and then cover with a dry medium such as perlite, vermiculite or peat.

    Store until time to replant in late winter in preparation for the next growing season. Container plants may be brought indoors in fall and grown as winter houseplants.

    Blooms from summer to fall.



    Hardiness zone:      9 to 11

    Height:                     1 to 2 feet

    Spread:                    1 to 2 feet

    Bloom Time:            July to September

    Bloom Description:  White, yellow, orange, pink, red

    Sun:                          Part shade

    Water:                       Medium

    Suggested Use:        Annual

    Flower:                      Showy



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