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Begonias Bulbs

If you are in dire need of bloomers flourishing throughout the entire season, then you might want to give them a try in the Begonias bulbs. These are perennial flowers that originate from tropical and subtropical regions. They can thrive both inside and outside. Most times during cold seasons, they are planted indoors since their development highly depends on the warm temperatures. 

Begonia tubers are generally summer bloomers. Begonias are flowery plants that come in an array of colors. Most people often plant them in neatly organized patio pots. If planted in beds, make sure that the specific zone is shady. 

Begonias require tender care necessitating gardeners' need to maintain a watering culture and ensure the soil is rich in nutrients. Begonia leaves and flowers are both attractive hence the choice preferred is always dependent on the individual’s likeness.

The Best Begonia Tubers

Begonia flowers are generally good-looking plants and deciding on a preference can prove to be a very hard task. Listed below are some inspirations one can pick from.

Begonias cascade pink
Conspicuous, huge pink two-fold blooms offer a completely breath-taking picture, gushing from containers from summer to autumn. This lively variation conveys tropical attitudes to both contemporary and outmoded gardens.

Pendula white
If you require to grace your garden with a fresh noticeable white theme, then pendula white begonias are for you. These flowers are formed continuously from summer to autumn.

Cascade red
This dazzling red flower with bulky binary blooms delivers high-impact color and will stream stunningly from containers throughout summer. It looks alluring planted solely or in assorted with contrasting dark foliage.

When to Plant Begonias for Sale

The ideal time to start planting your bulbs is late winter or early spring. To counter the effects of cold winters, you can start planting your bulbs indoors and then eventually take them outside. The planting locations should remain shaded as this is the most ideal condition for their growth. In late February or early March, plant the tubers just below the soil level. The soil ought to be slightly soggy.

Where to Plant Begonias

The idealist location where begonias can be planted is a location that is sun filtered or within a shady environment. This location is preferred since it allows free circulation of air to prevent powdery mildew. 

For the finest outcomes, plant begonias in rich, humid, well-drained soil. Restrained light is finest for most begonias, nonetheless countless endure low-slung light. Bright light will harm most begonias. In stable environments, tuberous begonia bulbs wither and appear unhealthy. 

That means that you shouldn’t overcrowd the container, and don’t place it in an area deprived of satisfactory airflow.

Begonia Plants in Pots

Plant begonias in a pot with good drainage at the lowest. Begonias are predominantly vulnerable to root decay; it is, therefore, advisable to add pebble coverings or fragmented debris of an old pot to the bottom for additional drainage. Transplant begonias in a pot one size bigger only when the pot converts to rootbound.

Planting and Care of Tuberous Begonia Bulbs

Begonias can be very sensitive to plants with temperatures. When the temperatures fall below 16 degrees, then it is always advisable to keep them indoors. When planting this bulb in beds, make sure that the soil is rich and moist and is in a well-drained location. 

If you decide to plant your bulbs in pots, make sure that it is well-drained and raised. Watering this plant is a requirement. The condition when to stop watering is when the plant begins to wilt or when winter has arrived and the temperatures have dropped too low. 

Deciding on what approach to take to care for the plant is dependent on how the plant reacts to the situations at hand. If giving water and mulch seems to make your plant thrive, then that is the resort that should be taken. Pruning is also necessary for large plants to bring them back into shape ensuring their wonderful appearance is retained.


How can I store begonia?

During cold winter seasons, you may need to store your bulbs till the next season without the risk of the bulbs decaying. There are options available on how one can store these bulbs. In the case of begonia bulbs in pots, you can leave them in that state provided they are dry. For the other ones, store them in paper bags in a cool and dry cupboard provided the bulbs have dried well

How can one plant begonia bulbs?

During winter, make a good selection of the bulbs and start planting during spring. The best approach one can take to ensure that your tuberous begonias bulbs grow up well is starting to plant them indoors where the conditions are a bit regulated. Plant them in either beds or pots. Place them at a place that has regulated sunlight and wind and wait for them to sprout.

When is the right time to plant begonias?

The best and the most ideal time to plant your begonias is during spring when the ground feels warmer. If you need to get flowers earlier, you can start growing the tubers indoors.

When do begonias sprout?

The tubers begin to sprout at approximately 6-8 weeks. After the sprouting, the development of leaves and stems is very rapid. During this period, a gardener may want to exhibit more control and device measures on how they can shield the plant from direct midday sun which may cause defects to the plant.

How can I maintain my begonias for sale?

Just like other plants, begonias require some reasonable amount of care. It can be done from the start to the end when the plant is blooming with flowers. Ensure you plant it under the right sunlight and wind conditions. Ensure that the soil you are planting your tubers is reached. You can do occasional pruning to protect the plant from losing energy.

Frequently asked questions about Spring Flowering Begonia Bulbs

How to Plant and Care for Begonias?

Begonias are not winter hardy and cannot tolerate any exposure to frost. In spring, plant them after the last risk of ground frost has passed. We recommend to start up begonias indoors 4 - 6 weeks before planting them outdoors to get a "jump start" on the season and produce earlier blooms. In fall, dig up the begonia bulbs before the first frost and store them, layered in peat or vermiculite, in a cool dry place, for replanting the following spring.

What type of light do begonias need?

Home-grown begonia needs consistency. In this regard, you should choose a specific place where the flower will stand all the time. Pay attention to the fact that the plant shouldn’t be in direct sunlight but at the same time, it requires a lot of light. Decorative-flowering species are especially light-requiring.

How deep to plant begonia bulbs?

Make a little hole and place there the bulb (with the growth points upwards). Try to place the begonia bulb neatly. Then you need to sprinkle it with earth on top to leave the buds open. Later, when the young sprouts of begonia reach a size of 4-5 cm, it will be necessary to add more substrate and cover the bulb.

What month do you plant begonia bulbs?

The best time to plant begonias is spring. Start in the second half of March, after the duration of daylight hours becomes suitable for its growth. This way, you will get strong plants. Other great flowers to plant in spring are dahlias and gladiolus.

What begonias would you recommend for planting?

As a tuberous plant, begonia needs preliminary germination. To do this, place the bulbs on top of the substrate but not bury them in the earth and place them in a good lit, cool place with a temperature from 16 °C to 18 °C and a humidity level of 60% to 70%. For summer flowering bulbs, check anemones, irises, and gloxinias.