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Begonia is a perennial plant which produces beautiful flowers with bright colors ranging from yellow, orange to pink and red. The begonia plants are easy to grow, self-cleaning and compact plants. They are native to tropical regions.
Begonia is a perennial plant which produces beautiful flowers with bright colors ranging from yellow, orange to pink and red.
One of the kind is the red begonia plant which produces large and magnificent bright red colored flowers.
The begonia plants are easy to grow, self-cleaning and compact plants. They are native to tropical regions.
They require a moderate amount of humidity to grow properly.
Plant the saplings only after the winter has completely passed as begonia plants cannot survive the cold weather.
The begonia should be planted during the spring.
A hole has to be Dug large enough for the begonia's root ball to fit comfortably.
The hole doesn't have to be too deep as the plant has shallow roots. The begonia should be placed in the hole and completely cover the root ball.
The soil has to be prepared by adding 2-4 inches of manure into an 8-inch deep soil layer.
Fertilizing the soil helps in increasing the water retaining capacity and also the quality of the soil.
Sufficient amount of water needs to be added right after planting the saplings to make the soil wet.
The begonia needs the soil to be moist but overwatering is dangerous too.
The plant requires watering whenever the soil gets dry.
The begonia can be called a light lover as it does good in bright sun but a partly shady environment is the best.
These red begonia flowers are bright and about 2.5-4 inch, the flower is at the end of a long stem with a yellow throat.
They bloom all along the summer.
The red begonia plants have to fertilize with a phosphorous fertilizer immediately after the planting.
The frequency best suited for them is about once in every 4 weeks.