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Question by raj_66
August 17, 2010
trying to plant some begonias.having a problem want bloom for me.


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Answer from NGA
August 17, 2010

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Begonias will grow best in rich, moist soil and like a few hours of morning sun, but shade from hot afternoon sunshine. They can stop blooming during the hottest months of the year but generally bloom freely in the spring and in the late summer when temperatures aren't too hot. You can prune or cut your begonias back by about one half and that should prompt healthy new growth, and lots of flowers. Give this a try. Hope they bloom for you soon.

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