To care for begonias, provide partial to full shade, or bright indoor light. Water the plants consistently and fertilize once a month. Provide begonias with a larger container when the roots become bound, or divide the p... More »

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Hanging containers of tuberous begonias brighten up a porch or balcony in summer and early fall. To care for them, you need suitable containers, soilless potting mix, mulch and fertilizer. More »

Care for a Reiger begonia plant by making sure it gets indirect sunlight, keeping it in an environment with moderate temperatures, watering it sufficiently, fertilizing it regularly and pruning it extensively. More »

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The best annuals for shade include begonias, angel wings, lady's eardrops, impatiens, polka dot plants, wishbone flowers, flowering cabbage plants, flowering kale plants, asparagus ferns, duranta, coleus and Swedish ivy.... More »

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Proper care of a Guzmania bromeliad involves putting clean water in the plant’s central cup, keeping the plant in a place with moderate shade and adding small amounts of liquid fertilizer during the growing season. You s... More »

The process of overwintering begonias depends on the climate, but in cold areas where frost is common, it is important to bring them in before the first frost. In warmer areas, it is often possible to overwinter the plan... More »

Gardeners grow tuberous begonias to provide blooms in shady areas of the garden where few flowering plants thrive. The plants tolerate direct sun in the late afternoon and early morning, but they prefer shade in the midd... More »

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