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Begonia soli-mutata

Posted by bluffheights90814 Zone 10 California (My Page) on
Mon, May 7, 07 at 14:35

Has anyone had a lot of success with this one? I have it in a greenhouse and it always looks so bedragled. Edges of leaves brown and not very robust. I have a feeling I need to re-pot it in a better quality potting soil to provide more nutrients.

Any suggestions from any of you out there with your successes with this one?


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RE: Begonia soli-mutata

Humidity is very key for this species. I put a cover over mine and it has responded in a very favorable manner.


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RE: Begonia soli-mutata

I completely agree with Butch. Mine struggles in the winter and goes to town in the summer. When I put a cover over it it does much better, until I forget to water it (too many plants, not enough time!) It's beautiful in the summer tho' with all our humidity.


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