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I live in the South East of England and have trailing begonia corms that I intend putting in pots and hanging baskets. Can anyone advise as to the best time to start planting please? they cant go outside til all danger of frost has passed. can
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lot easier to propagate by corms. If you still want to sow them, they need 60 degree heat and will take up to 90 days to germinate.
corm with foliage attached Lay them on some newspaper to dry out-don't remove the old stem until it wilts and comes way from the corm easily Then store the corms somewhere cool and dry-start back into growth next February /March The thing too look out
Hi all. I bought three corms or an stunning oriental lily at the Hampton court flower show back in July this year. I planted then the following weekend that was the last week in July and they have grown to over two feet tall with plenty of flower
was 'titivating'. I'm hoping the corm/bulb is OK and that the plant will grow back in a few months time.
article. I'm keen to have a go.I have a question... Last year I bought two trailing begonia corms. They flowered last summer and died off around Autumn. I then stored them over winter and re-planted them in spring this year. Neither of them grew over
of gladioli corms in bordersGive azaleas and acid-loving shrubs a generous feed with acidic (ericaceous) fertiliserPlant out sweet pea seedlings sown last autumnSupport oriental poppies with canes to prevent them flopping
and foodSprinkle an all-purpose fertiliser along the base of hedgesMove patio pots to sheltered sites during extremely cold periodsOrder bulbs, corms and tubers for summer flowers, including dahlias, canna lilies, gladioli, eucomis and lilies
Could anyone please identify this plant it grows far to happily in shaded areas, its deep rooted with brown ball like corm which detach from the plant when lifting ( one is sitting on left of stalk) the leaves which are wild garlic like