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B. masoniana and B. soli-mutata growing?

Posted by townhouserOnt z6aOnt (My Page) on
Sun, May 15, 05 at 17:55

Any advice on specifics of growing these begonias? Or their requirements are the same as common for Rex Begonias?
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RE: B. masoniana and B. soli-mutata growing?

  • Posted by MingTea z8 OR Corvallis (My Page) on
    Sun, May 15, 05 at 18:04

personally, i think that soli-mutata is easier to grow than masoniana. masoniana dies back for me during the winter and is plagued by mildew problems then, whereas my soli-mutata grows all the time and i haven't had quite the same density of problems.

i think the key is proper control of humidity and moisture (which are not the same). i haven't quite got it down for masoniana, so i don't have a lot of good advice to offer, but i do know that those are the factors i see contributing to how good it looks.

-ming


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