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Begonias and how to grow them

Buxton, Bessie Wilson Raymond Mrs.

Begonias and how to grow them

by Buxton, Bessie Wilson Raymond Mrs.

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Published by Published at Horicultural Hall in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Begonias.

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: Massachusetts horticultural society.

    Statementby Bessie W. Buxton, with additional notes from "Horticulture" ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB413.B4 B8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6287279M
    LC Control Number33007319
    OCLC/WorldCa2527902

    Fibrous rooted begonias, such as the wax begonia are common in garden centers. Angel wing begonias have colorful leaves and are popular. Rhizomatous begonias, such as Rex begonias, have insignificant flowers, but showy leaves. Tuberous begonias grow from . Pinching the tips on younger plants helps them grow fuller too. Indoor Pest And Disease Control. Rex begonias with good care are usually bothered by only a couple problems and keeping fallen leaf debris cleaned up, making sure it gets adequate circulation of air, and proper water goes a long way in prevention. Mealy Bugs.

      Plant the sprouted begonias. Dig holes about two inches deep, spaced eight inches apart. Place the begonias into the holes and lightly pat soil around the tubers. The tubers should be covered with no more than an inch of soil, whether you plant them in the ground or in pots. Water the begonias when the soil feels dry. Stick your finger about 89%(62). A comprehensive guide for growing begonias from seed indoors. This how to guide teaches the care requirements for growing tuberous and fibrous begonias indoors without a greenhouse. Save money and fill your summer shade gardens with masses of beautiful begonias.

      They are common outdoor varieties, but they are also usually transferred indoors during frost to protect them from the extreme cold. Planting and Growing Conditions. To start with, you have to decide on how to grow the begonias. There are two options. The first one is to grow it from seeds and the second one is to grow it from bulb or tuber. - Explore lisashep2's board "Begonias" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Begonia, Plants, Planting flowers pins.


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Begonias and how to grow them by Buxton, Bessie Wilson Raymond Mrs. Download PDF EPUB FB2

He is a true scholar and the descriptions of the begonias in this book will make it easy to confirm identification of most of the begonia species that can be purchased today.

There are some color images of species begonias in situ and in various greenhouse environments, but what the book is best at is the meticulous descriptions of the leaves /5(13). The book describes the root systems, stems, leaves and flowers of the species and rhizomatous types and how to take cuttings in all their forms and then grow them into exhibition quality plants.

Tuberous species follows, and from there onward into garden bedding varieties and pendula types saving the best for last, the Tuberhybrida or large. Rhizomatous begonias, with lovely foliage (and sometimes fantastical shapes) Trailing Scandent begonias: grow them up, grow them down Semi-tuberous begonias: grow them as flowering bonsai Thick stemmed begonias: they can be dainty or humongous, but are always impressive Shrub-like begonias: the BIG blooming houseplant 3.

New Hybrids. If you know a good used book Store, some titles of out-of-print books to seek are: All Begonias and how to grow them book Begonias () by Bernice Brilmayer, Begonias for American Homes and Gardens () by Helen K.

Krauss, Begonias and How to Grow Them () by Bessie Raymond Buxton, and The Tuberous Begonia () by Brian Langdon. Begonias have been favored for shade gardens for years and the large-flowered tuberous varieties represent royal blood. These have much bigger blooms and greater plant strength than the seed-grown types, which tend to be small, fragile and often a bit fussy looking.

Like true queens, tuberous begonias aren't inclined to relinquish their throne. Annual begonia plants have many uses in the summer garden and beyond.

Annual begonia care is relatively simple when one properly learns how to grow begonias. Watering is important in the care of begonias, as is the right location. Known as wax begonias or bedding begonias, annual begonia plants (Begonia semperflorens) grow quickly and easily.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buxton, Bessie Raymond, Begonias and how to grow them. New York, Oxford University press, (OCoLC) Begonias and How to Grow Them Hardcover – January 1, by Bessie Raymond Buxton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — Author: Bessie Raymond Buxton. Dragonwing Begonias compete with wax begonias in a popularity contest. This is why they get their own category and both are winners in my book, just depends on where and how you want to grow them.

Sometimes called Angelwings due to the shape of the leaf, this begonia does it all. And did they feature in the current book, “The Unexpected Houseplant,” too. Begonias are everywhere in my life. Even though they have always been thought of as houseplants, you can grow them in unique and beautiful ways that’s a little bit off the beaten track.

Hence the “unexpected” word in the title of the latest book. Ian Rhys Williams Hi Gregg. The prizes of begonias are in the process of being sent out to those who won, by those whom donated them.

I'm in the process of sending mine out to the lucky winners. That's the beauty of being a Paid - up Member of The N B S. In total, latest info, I've had there were 50 prizes of a pair of tubers won. The book describes the root systems, stems, leaves and flowers of the species and rhizomatous types and how to take cuttings in all their forms and then grow them into exhibition quality plants.

Tuberous species follows, and from there onward into garden bedding varieties and pendula types saving the best for last, the Tuberhybrida or large. Growing Begonias Begonias grow best in a light well-drained soil. Plant them in raised beds, large pots or improve your soil.

Six to eight inches of redwood mulch, oak leaf mold or other humus type of amendments dug into your soil will do wonders. In cooler areas, begonias can tolerate more sun than in hot climates. Most like bright, dappled light to grow their best. Soil Conditions: Begonias grow best in light, fertile, well-drained soil.

Begonias are very susceptible to root and stem rot when exposed to cold, wet soils, so proper drainage is essential. Some types, like rex begonias, are easier to grow from root or leaf cuttings, but the experience of starting other types from seed is lots of fun.

When trying to start begonias from seed for the first time, I recommend beginning with wax begonias, Dragon wing begonias, Angel wing begonias, cascading begonias or tuberous begonias.

Rhizomatous begonias grow from thick underground rhizomes. These types of begonias are popular for their beautiful leaf shapes and colors, with leaves that can attain massive size under the right conditions. These are very popular plants and include some of the most. Container-grown begonias (Begonia spp.) bring nature indoors when a plant from one of the many begonia groups is used as a houseplant.

Several begonia groups feature bright, colorful flowers. This is book takes place a few days after the end of the first book in the Lovely Lethal Gardens series. Doreens life is just getting back to normal after solving 2 murders and a cold case, when Mack asks her to help save the begonias in his mothers garden/5.

Above: Begonia rex ‘Red Tango’ mixes well with other shade- and humidity-loving plants such as asparagus ferns and geraniums. There are hundreds of cultivars of B. rex to choose among, usually classified by leaf size—small (three inches or less), medium (three to six inches), or large (more than six inches).

Their main quibble with modern homes is dry air, Booman tells me, causing brown. Begonias have been around for ages, and with good reason: This easy-to-grow annual does well in a variety of conditions and needs little to thrive. Provide it with light shade, rich well-drained soil, ample water, and plenty of fertilizer—and you’ll be rewarded with stunning flowers and foliage.

With so many different shapes, sizes, and colors, begonias have no problem taking the spotlight. Rex begonias prefer light, rich soil.

When planting directly in the ground, a moist, well-drained location is optimal and mulch will keep the roots shaded. In pots, be sure to provide drainage holes. A peat-based potting mix is ideal for containers. Begonia rex should be watered when the soil or pot feels dry, but don’t wait until the plant.

B egonias are easy-to-grow plants with stunning flowers and attractive leaves and should be a must in every garden. Here’s all you need to know about growing them. LIKE GROWING BEGONIAS: Growing amaryllis 5 Good reasons to grow them. Most are evergreen. They have a .How to Grow Nonstop Begonias.

Dig the begonia tubers after the first hard frost and store them for the winter if you live in hardiness zone 9 or below. Dig the tubers, and then cut the stems.