When Do You Plant Camellia Begonias?

Answer Camellia begonias (Begonia x tuberhybridus) are shade-loving tuberous begonias that can be used to add a touch of vibrant color to the shady spots in your garden or home landscape. These colorful b... Read More »

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When do you plant camellia seeds in eastern Virginia?

The USDA Hardiness Zone for eastern Virginia is 7a or 7b, depending on the exact location. Camellia seeds in these zones are collected and started in the fall before the seed coat hardens. If the s... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Are begonias a bulb plant?

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 »