Begonia semperorens

Botanical Name: Begonia semperorens

Common Name(s): Bedding begonia

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Description:

Begonias are ideal for semi-shaded areas. They need humus-enriched soil and regular watering. Sow seeds in autumn, winter or spring and do not cover; plants should flower about 18 weeks after sowing. Begonias can be propagated by cuttings and transplant well. The B. semperflorens ‘Senator’, ‘Rio’ and ‘Cocktail’ series are bronzeleafed; ‘Varsity’ and ‘Ambassador’ have green leaves; ‘Inferno’ and ‘Glamour’ are taller, growing to 400mm, with larger flowers. Colours range from red and deep rose to coral, pink and white. Bicolours are available.

Botanical Pronunciation: bee-GO-nee-uh x sem-pur-FLOR-enz-kull-TOR

 

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Semi Frost Hardy
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Non Indigenous
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Half Sun
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Shade
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Moderate Watering

Flowers

Description:
Flower colours range from red and deep rose to coral, pink and white. Bicolours are available.


Foliage

Description: Bronze in Autumn, Spring, Summer and Winter.

Maintenance

Regular watering.

Origin

Garden hybrid

Planting Instructions

Begonias are ideal for semi-shaded areas.

Propagation

Begonias can be propagated by cuttings and transplant well.

Size

Height: 20 cm Spread: 50 cm

Soil Conditions

They require humus-enriched soil.

Uses in landscape design

Begonias are ideal for semi-shaded areas.

When to Sow

Sow seeds in autumn, winter or spring and do not cover; plants should flower about 18 weeks after sowing.

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