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Begonias in Tubs

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Begonias in garden tubs can be quite spectacular with their large flowers in a wide range of colour
and very easy to grow.

I have had excellent results with the non stop tuberous begonias which are shorter than the taller standard varieties.
Dormant begonia tubers are started into growth in March with a bit of warmth and moist compost.
Once shoots appear they need light conditions to remain sturdy and are ready for hardening off in May.
Tubers can last a very long time, (mine are 15 years old), and can be divided by cutting tubers with
shoots in March to April.

Begonias in tubs
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