In this section:
The Right Direction:
Learn how to point your tuberous begonias in the right direction for the greatest garden enjoyment.
Pruning tips that will make your tuberous begonia flowers even bigger.
Tips for Growing Begonias
General tips and advice, more suited for beginners.
In this video you’ll learn some tips to help you get the most out of your begonias.
Growing Begonias Indoors
This article is to give you info on how to grow begonias indoors and in terrariums
How to grow begonias from seed
Begonias can be grown from seed but make sure you can provide the correct growing conditions for the seeds to germinate
How To Grow Begonias Indoors During the Winter
Tips for overwintering fibrous and rhizomatous begonias indoors
Knowing When to Come in from the Cold
This article is to give you information and tips so you can formulate a plan that works for you and your growing conditions.
Pinching for Fun and Profit
Pinching is the removal of the plant’s growing tips to force it to put out side shoots and branches.
Rooting Cuttings : The Art of Proper Cuttings
This article will describe the different types of cuttings you can take for specific types of begonias and also the different rooting methods for each.
The Art of Proper Staking
The two items that most growers have a hard time grasping is how to properly stake and when they need to.
Tips on Propagating Begonias
This article, by Barbara Berg, appeared in the July/August 1996 issue of the Begonian, official magazine of the American Begonia
Related blogs and on line articles
Growing Begonias From Corms
By Nikki Phipps author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden
Begonias are a great way to brighten up the home and garden. Taking care of begonias is easy, especially when growing begonias from corms (or tubers).
Tricky begonias respond to care
By Gillian Vine
Tuberous begonias have the reputation of being difficult to grow but a Mosgiel couple assures Gillian Vine that the tender corms are “not too tricky”.
By Sarah Foy
In John Cuthbert’s shade house begonias blaze. Hanging from the ceiling are fiery coloured flowers in baskets – reds, oranges, yellows – and the overall effect is of walking into a warm glow.
Published: The Nelson Mail – nelsonmail.co.nz
Ten years after she was bitten by the begonia bug, a Hope gardener is still smitten by them, as Jude Gillies reports.