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BERTINII TRAILING BEGONIA

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BERTINII BOLIVIENSIS TANAIS TRAILING VIVID ORANGE
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BERTINII BEGONIA (TUBERHYBRIDA GROUP)

BOLIVIENSIS TANAIS TRAILING

  • CATEGORY TUBEROSA BEGONIA
  • VARIETY “BERTINII” (TRAILING)
  • DESCRIPTION VIVID ORANGE
  • HEIGHT 20-30 CM
  • SIZE 20/- (LARGE BULBS)
  • BLOOMS ALL SUMMER LONG UNTIL THE FIRST FROST
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT 1, 2 OR 3

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

PLEASE BE AWARE THESE ARE A SIZE 20/- BULB SO LARGE FOR A BERTINII SO BE CAREFUL OF THE CHEAPER 4/5 5/6 BULBS WHICH ARE VERY SMALL

“BEGONIA BERTINII BOLIVIENSIS TANAIS”; THE BEST TUBEROUS BEGONIAS, WILL REWARD YOU WITH MORE THAN A HUNDRED OF DAZZLING VIVID FLOWERS FROM JUST ONE TUBER, WHICH SEEMS ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE. IT IS A GARDENERS DREAM. JUST ONE TUBER GIVES YOU A BOUNTY OF FIERY 5 CM FIERY ORANGE BLOOMS ON 15-20 PENDULOUS STEMS.

This Plant Belongs To The Tuberhybrida Group. It Grows From Winter-Dormant Root Tubers And Has Extravagant Orange Single Flowers That Are Trailing. They Are Produced In Early Summer To The First Frost. And Are Set Among Open, Succulent Stems Across The Plant. They Are Produced In Clusters, Leaves Are Veined, Asymmetrical And Dark Green.

“Bertinii Begonia” Needs A Rich, But Well-Drained Soil In A Partially Shaded Garden Location. It Should Only Receive Direct Sunlight Early In The Morning

Plant February-May 5 CM Deep And 25 CM Apart When The Frost Has Gone. They Can Be Started Indoors By Sprouting Them Off In A Seed Tray Or Damp Box 5 Cm Apart And Bury Them Hollow Side Up Just Covered With A Surface Layer Of Peat Or Compost. Once Planted Out Water And Feed Regularly. It Pays To Remove Dead Flowers As Well As Pinching Out Any Long Stems During Early Growth To Encourage Stronger Healthier Plants.

“Bertinii Begonias” Offer An Explosion Of Colour For Hanging Baskets, Window Boxes, Pots And Tubs As Well As In The Garden. These Eye-Catching Begonia’s Produce Large Long-Lasting Blooms.

The Tubers Can Be Overwintered. Lift In The Autumn, Before The First Frost And Store The Tubers In A Dry Position Preferably In Dry Sand In A Frost-Free Place For The Winter Season To Grow Again Next Year.

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