Begonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cm

£2.99

Begonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cm

A new improved strain of cascading Begonias with larger, more double flowers and a more vigorous cascading habit. Producing an avalanche of showy double flowers in shades of apricot, orange and yellow throughout the summer in to the autumn, this variety is sure to brighten up your summer basket display. Ideal for hanging baskets, window boxes and containers. 3-4cm tubers supplied.

Was 5.99 for 5 tubers, now available to our loyal email subscribers for only 2.99 SAVING 3 OFF RRP.

(Pack of 5)

£2.99

(Z812)

Begonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cmBegonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cm
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Begonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cm Begonia Splendide Ballerina 3/4cm

Flowering Time

  • J
  • F
  • M
  • A
  • M
  • J
  • J
  • A
  • S
  • O
  • N
  • D

Key Product Information

Season Interest Summer
Flower Colour YELLOW
Foliage Colour GREEN
Delivery Delivery within 14 days
Season Interest

Summer

Flower Colour

YELLOW

Foliage Colour

GREEN

Delivery within 14 days

Plant Size

  • Part Shade
  • Sun
  • Container
  • Cut Flower
  • Deadhead as needed to prolong growth.
Planting

Slightly below soil level

Soil Type

Fertile soil, with plenty of leaf mould

Begonia tubers may be started into growth from February onwards. The easiest way is to put them into shallow boxes containing a mixture of loam, leaf mould and sand. Meanwhile, prepare the potting soil. Good top soil mixed with one-sixth part of manure should form the basis. To this prepared soil add leaf mould and it is often recommended that you add bonemeal to the compost. As soon as the shoots appear, you can pot them up in 15cm pots and place them in larger pots.
Begonias are particularly useful for bedding purposes and, if planted in beds which are enriched with well rotted or leaf mould will make a fine show. They should be started in shallow boxes in light soil; the saucer like tubers should be planted very shallow with the hollow side up. As soon as any danger of frost is passed then they can be transferred to their position in the garden at least 30cm apart. Begonias are great lovers of moisture and during dry weather they should be watered in the early morning or the evening.
  • Information
  • Flowering Time

    • J
    • F
    • M
    • A
    • M
    • J
    • J
    • A
    • S
    • O
    • N
    • D

    Key Product Information

    Season Interest Summer
    Flower Colour YELLOW
    Foliage Colour GREEN
    Delivery Delivery within 14 days
    Season Interest

    Summer

    Flower Colour

    YELLOW

    Foliage Colour

    GREEN

    Delivery

    Delivery within 14 days

    Plant Size

    • Part Shade
    • Sun
    • Container
    • Cut Flower
    • Deadhead as needed to prolong growth.
    Planting

    Slightly below soil level

    Soil Type

    Fertile soil, with plenty of leaf mould

  • Instructions
  • Begonia tubers may be started into growth from February onwards. The easiest way is to put them into shallow boxes containing a mixture of loam, leaf mould and sand. Meanwhile, prepare the potting soil. Good top soil mixed with one-sixth part of manure should form the basis. To this prepared soil add leaf mould and it is often recommended that you add bonemeal to the compost. As soon as the shoots appear, you can pot them up in 15cm pots and place them in larger pots.
  • Cultural Instructions
  • Begonias are particularly useful for bedding purposes and, if planted in beds which are enriched with well rotted or leaf mould will make a fine show. They should be started in shallow boxes in light soil; the saucer like tubers should be planted very shallow with the hollow side up. As soon as any danger of frost is passed then they can be transferred to their position in the garden at least 30cm apart. Begonias are great lovers of moisture and during dry weather they should be watered in the early morning or the evening.