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MIXED CRISPA MARGINATA

£3.50
MIXED CRISPA MARGINATA (WHITE & RED & YELLOW & RED)
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“MIXED BEGONIA” (TUBERHYRIDA GROUP)CRISPA MARGINATA TYPE

  • CATEGORY                         TUBEROUS BEGONIA
  • VARIETY                            “MIXED CRISPA MARGINATA BEGONIA ”
  • DESCRIPTION                     MIXED
  • HEIGHT                                20-30 CM
  • BLOOMS                             ALL SUMMER LONG UNTIL THE FROST
  • QUANTITY PER UNIT          3,5,10

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

These Plants Are Unique Because Of The Unusual Bi-Coloured Flower, Single Petals Of Yellow Edged In Red & White Edged With Red, With Green Foliage Describes The Tuberous Crispa Marginata. This Compact Plant Belongs To The Tuberhybrida Group. It Grows From Winter-Dormant Root Tubers And Uniquely Bicoloured That Are Single. The Flower Is Ruffled And Very Delicate Looking.

They Are Produced In Early Summer To The First Frost. And Are Set Among Open, Succulent Stems Across The Plant. Leaves Are Fleshy, Jagged And Pointed, Glossy And Dark Green, Sometimes With Bronze Tones And Undersides.

“Crispa Marginata” 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.

“Begonias” Offer An Explosion Of Colour For Hanging Baskets, Window Boxes, Pots And Tubs As Well As In The Garden. These Eye-Catching “Crispa Marginata” 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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