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Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’

Begonia

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  • Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ | Copyright Greenplantswap 2020
  • Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ | Copyright Greenplantswap 2020
  • Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ | Copyright Greenplantswap 2020

Features

  • BloomsMay to September
  • Height0.15m
  • Growth HabitLarge-leaved
  • Flower ColourBright yellow, red, orange, pink, white
  • Leaf ColourMedium green
  • AwardsRHS Garden Merit

Description

Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ (Begonia). Upright, compact tuberhybrida begonias bearing heart-shaped, mid-green leaves. In late spring, solitary, double flowers are produced; they come in colours of bright red, orange, pink, white and yellow.

Characteristics

Annual or Perennial, Evergreen, Shrub or Herbaceous

Interest and use

Grown for their colourful flowers and/or ornamental leaves.

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  • Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ | Copyright Greenplantswap 2020
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  • Begonia ‘Nonstop Series’ | Copyright Greenplantswap 2020

Needs

  • LightPart shade
  • HardinessHalf hardy (min 0°C)
  • SoilWell drained, Fertile, Light
  • Soil pH5.0 to 7.0
  • WaterMoist

Cultivation

Grow in light well-drained soil or loam-based potting compost. Water frequently in hot weather but do not allow the soil to become too moist. A balanced liquid fertiliser can be applied occasionally especially when in full growth. Pot on each spring. They prefer slightly acidic soil.

Propagation

Sow seeds of species at 21C as soon as they are ripe. Root stem and leaf cuttings can be rooted in spring or early summer in partial sun in a propagating case.

Pests, diseases or disorders

Is susceptible to powdery mildew and botrytis from late spring to early autumn.

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