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Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms)
Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) Begonia Tubes
£15.00
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Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) Begonia

Pack of 15 Bulbs for sale

Genus Begonia Pendula
Colours Mixed pack of Pink, Red, Orange, White and Yellow
Aspect Full Sun / Partial Shade
Height 30-40cm / 12-16"
Planting period Spring
Flowering period June/July/August/September
Soil Type John Innes No 2
Bulb Size 8cm - Top Size!
Shipping est Dispatched in 3-5 working days
Delivery time Spring delivery (Feb to June 2020)
Also suitable for containers Ideal for hanging baskets and containers
Scented Slightly Fragrant
Double flowered Yes
17706

Description of Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) Begonia

A fantastic price for a mixed pack of 15 x Begonia Pendula Corms (Bulbs) to include Pink, Red, Orange, White and Yellow flowers. 
 
Begonia Pendula are spectacular trailing begonias that will flower all sumer long. Ideal for filling hanging baskets and containers with superb colour of double-headed flowers.  Keep deadheading to keep your baskets and containers looking super fresh all summer long until the first frosts. Such a good buy for a flower that lasts so long. It's definitely worth a purchase. 
Buy Begonia Bulbs | Pack of 15 Begonia Pendula Corms | Award winning Harts Nursery

Planting and growing instructions: Buy Begonia Bulbs | Pack of 15 Begonia Pendula Corms | Award winning Harts Nursery

How to plant Double Begonias

  • Double Begonia Tubers are ideal for containers, pots or tubs.
  • From February onwards, start Begonia tubers off in a well-drained compost in a sunny position.
  • We advise planting 3 x tubers into an average hanging basket.
  • Position the Begonia tubers just below the compost surface with the 'hole' of the tuber facing up approx 2.5cm deep. 
  • Space your tubers about 2cm apart.

Plant care: Buy Begonia Bulbs | Pack of 15 Begonia Pendula Corms | Award winning Harts Nursery

How to care for Pendula Begonias

  • Feed and water Begonia plants frequently throughout the growing season. Take care not to over water.
  • Deadhead faded flower heads regularly, this will encourage new growth for longer.
  • Once the Begonia flowering season has finished, the stems and foliage will turn yellow and die back naturally.
  • Reduce watering to prevent rotting.
  • Once all the stems have fallen off naturally, dig out the tubers, clean and dry them before storing them away in peat or sand in a dry, frost-free area like a garage or shed.
  • Replant the following February.

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Begonias (Pack of 15 Corms)

This question was asked by
- S. Barrett

What size are your Begonia Corms?

Good morning

Our Begonia Corms are 8cm in size.


Loraine Hart
Begonias

This question was asked by
- M. Gardner

I have just received my begonia corms and would like to thank you for your very efficient service and the size of the corms far better than I could buy in any garden centre near here

Ah that's lovely to hear - thank you for emailing us.


The Hart Family
TRAILING DOUBLE BEGONIA PENDULA CORNS

This question was asked by
- Brendan H

Hi there, I will be travelling to the UK in December from South Africa and wish to purchase a variety of Begonia Pendula Corns for my garden in South Africa. Would you have these corns available in December, and if not, what months are they available? I will order them online to my daughter in the UK. Brendan

Hi there,
Our Begonia Corms are sent out in the Spring months for Summer flowering.


The Hart Family
Begonias

This question was asked by
- william lyn lewis

what trailing begonia is the best for hanging baskets

All our Trailing Begonias are good for hanging baskets. Begonia Bertini we find is best.

Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) (SKU17706)


The Hart Family
Trailing begonias

This question was asked by
- L. Giles

Hi, I would like to fill 10 x 14 inch hanging baskets with trailing begonias. How many tubers would you recommend per basket please? When I know this, I can order from you. Many thanks.

It can be difficult to judge how many bulbs to plant in a basket. I would suggest 5 begonia tubers for a hanging basket of 10x14". Our Begonias are about 3-4" in diameter so it will depend on the size of the tuber.

Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) (SKU17706)


The Hart Family
Begonia tubers

This question was asked by
- Jacqui young

I have just received my order if trailing begonia tubers, thankyou fir such a quick service under these circumstances. I just need to check if I can put them straight into the pots outside.?

Good evening - you're very welcome.
Yes now the risk of frost has passed you can plant your begonias outside in pots in a nice sunny position.
You can find further instructions on how to plant your begonias on the page below:

Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) (SKU17706)


The Hart Family
Flowers for hanging baskets
This question was asked by - Abi
Hi, I was wondering if you had any flowers / plants ready to pot into hanging baskets? A friend has said you are currently delivering. Thanks, Abi

Hi there, We are delivering still yes. We have begonia corms you can plant in your hanging baskets. Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) (SKU17706) The Hart Family

begonias

This question was asked by
- David

Do trailing Begonia's have bulbs or is it more correctly called tubers or corns, Many thanks, David

They are correctly named as Begonia Corms


Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms) (SKU17706)


The Hart Family
Begonia Pendula (Pack of 15 Corms)

This question was asked by
- D. Hemmings

How many corms should you plant in what size of pots, Many thanks, David

I would advise planting 3-5 begonia bulbs to an average sized hanging basket. It really depends on the sort of display you would like. Add more corms for a fuller looking arrangement.

Begonia


The Hart Family


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