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new to begonias

Posted by berry_Bob 5 se,SD (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 9, 13 at 20:48

Hi everyone I am new to raising begonias , I have a couple ( no clue to what kind) and took a few cuttings off them and they are doing good, where can I find reasonably priced cuttings ?


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RE: new to begonias

Your pic:

I've never heard of cuttings being sold. Look for Begonias with the annuals in spring. For the price of postage, many people share their plants. Have you looked at the exchange forum? Maybe someone would like to trade for a piece of that beautiful plant! All of this, of course when it's warm enough...

RE: new to begonias

Sometimes eBay sellers will list cuttings but it is a rarer thing to find than seeds or potted plants.

RE: new to begonias

For a look at more begonias, go to and see a whole new world of begonias.

RE: new to begonias

Thank You for the replies

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