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Begonia Seeds??

Posted by ilovejesus 9 ( on
Sat, Sep 9, 06 at 18:23

Today I noticed a begonia plant given to me has went to seed. Can anyone tell me about these seeds there is a papery winged film i am assuming containing the seed? does anyone have a pic of begonia seeds? and how to care for them? Any info would GREATLY be appreciated!
God Bless You

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RE: Begonia Seeds??

The description you gave matches the images I saw online for begonia seeds. Try googling "begonia seed" and choose the Images tab.

RE: Begonia Seeds??

Thank You so much momamamo! I did find out the seed is like a fine pepper....I thought it was the flat black things! This is all so new to me as I have not started much from seed but I am having fun trying!
Thanks to so many GREAT gardner friends I am learning and hopefully will have a place full of beautiful plants from seed!
God Bless You

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