Begonia Big Green/White C13

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Begonia big is a begonia type with more flowers and larger, are more vigorous and resist high temperatures and environmental humidity.

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The Big Begonia is a herbaceous used as an annual Evergreen, which belongs to the family of the Begoniacea.



Two varieties of Begonia Big, this is the green leaf and the leaf bronze color that is a little stronger.



It is characterized by the large size of their leaves.



Grows well in moist soils rich in organic matter, so you have to to fertilize often.



It is a plant of Sun and when they are planted in the shade bloom is lower.



They also resist drought periods, and it is resistant to winter.



They should not plant way overcrowded since it will reduce air circulation and that will increase the risk that the plant has fungus problems (by excess water)



At the end of the winter, it is convenient to prune it out new shoots in spring.



 



6192BV
Begonia big is a begonia type with more flowers and larger, are more vigorous and resist high temperatures and environmental humidity.

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