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 Are begonias a bulb plant?

Answer A begonia is not a bulb plant. Begonias are often mistaken for bulb plants because the species includes plants that have tubers and rhizomes; however, begonia tubers and rhizomes do not have the ne... Read More »
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Are Reiger begonias a tuber or bulb?

Rieger begonias grow from a tuber. Their tuber resembles a flattened potato with hair-like roots sprouting from the rounded bottom. Tiny pink sprouts appear on top of the tuber. Rieger begonias are... Read More »
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Can i plant begonias?

Nearly anyone can plant begonias. They can be planted in full sunlight or partial shade and should be 9 to 18 inches apart, depending on their size. Begonias will bloom in white, red or pink. Be su... Read More »
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How do I plant tuberous begonias?

PreparePlant your begonias after the last frost. Choose a site that gets filtered sunlight or partial shade, and gets good drainage. Do not choose a site that has standing water at any time.Amend t... Read More »
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The Time to Plant Begonias?

Native to tropical South America and southern Africa, begonias are versatile plants that grow well in just about any shady spot in a landscape, from pots and planters to borders and flower beds. Fo... Read More »
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