BEGONIA SUNSET Picotee Tuberhybrida
Giant rich-colored flowers are produced in shades of orange, salmon and yellow, and are in abundance on these tuberous begonias! Begonia plants are ideal for shade, or part shade. Tuberous begonias have an added appeal that they form large tubers that can be lifted in the fall, and stored for the winter! Pot-up bulbs in the late winter or early spring for next years flowers! Seeds are pelleted, which is a special coating that makes them larger for easier handing.
Type: Bulb, can be lifted in fall and stored for the winter, to be used for next years flowers!
Location: Shade or part shade
Moisture: Regular to moist, does not like extended periods of drought.
Note: Ornamental use only. These plants or seeds may be poisonous.
Seeds per pack: 5
Note: These seeds and plants can be harmful if eaten. Ingestion can cause illness such as vomiting or diarrhea.
Germination: Start these seeds early indoors. Place on the surface of a sterile seed mix (do not bury them), and keep moist and warm (75-80F) until germination. Do not let the soil dry out, or it can end the germination process. A soil-mix formulated for starting seeds is important for begonia.