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Hi guys am I right in thinking that this a tuberous begonia so I will have it next year?




At the end of the season let it die down and bring it in before the frost. Let it dry off and then remove any dead stems. You can leave the corm in the dry compost or remove it and put it in more dry compost or sand in a frost free place and protect it from mice. They are slow to start into growth in the spring so don't leave it late to get it going again. You plant it with the top above the compost.

22 Jul, 2013


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22 Jul, 2013

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