Angelique Begonia is a newer variety of Begonia odorata. The white and pink blooms of this double variety will fill your garden or patio with a sweet fragrance, not found too often in Begonias. This begonias works great in hanging baskets as well as containers. Like all begonias, this plant may require staking once the flowers start to bloom, plant in a semi shady location for best results.
Enjoy trailing orange double blooms in your window boxes and hanging baskets this summer! Begonia prefer a partially shaded location, and moist but well drained soil. They can be started indoors in late Winter to get a head start for your summer containers, as they tend to be slower to get established. Once they sprout the growth generally takes off in 1-2 weeks.
Now you can add beauty and fragrance to your hanging baskets! Pink Delight Double Hanging Basket begonias are certain to delight this coming summer. Its blooms boast of a sweet lemony rose scent and a gorgeous deep pink hue. This easy growing variety has fully double blooms that will adorn your porch or patio from summer until the first frost.
Bold, brilliant, and bountiful, the bright red double blooms of this Red Glory hanging basket begonia add amazing color to the dark overhangs of your home or porch. The plentiful blooms cascade from lush dark green leaves and add a glorious fragrance to the surrounding air. Use these in your hanging baskets this coming spring and you won't be sorry -- they're sure to make you smile every time you see them!
Let these Hanging Basket Yellow Begonias add a touch of sunshine to all of your shaded pots this summer! The newest of the California Hybrids, these large, exhibition quality blooms will add vibrant color to any garden. The Hanging Basket Yellow Begonia can add a splash of yellow when hung from any deck, railing, window box, or even shepherd's hook in the yard! Start these indoors in late February or March for even more vigorous growth. ...