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2. Yellow winter begonias
Beautifully flowering species of begonias (Begonia), unlike deciduous counterparts, are considered non-classical plants, but very fashionable. And this is not surprising: such begonias are characterized by exemplary pomp.
Finding plants capable of producing such bright flowers in such a large quantity so tirelessly, and at the same time looking noble, is difficult. The attractive leaves and intricate structure of the inflorescences offer a flawless modern beauty. And although today it is believed that begonias most often bloom in summer, specially bred winter-flowering varieties and special distillation allow these beauties not to lose the palm all year round.
Among begonias, the most famous are the species painted in white-pink-red colors. But begonias are never limited only to such flowers. Among them there are also unique yellow and orange hybrids, which, thanks to acrylic colors of paints, literally dazzle. An exquisite color spot - this is how such begonias are perceived in the interior. They not only attract the eye, but endlessly delight in the perfection of details.
The best yellow-flowered and orange-flowered begonias are always represented by hybrid tuberous varieties. The varieties of the "winter flowering" groups "Lorraine" and "Elatior" are especially popular today: with a height of 20 to 40 cm and compactness, they produce very large flowers almost continuously.
Bushy or ampelous flowering begonias differ in dark green, bright or purple, most often with an emerald hue, foliage, which, unlike decorative leafy species, only serves as a background. The asymmetrical structure is almost imperceptible, but the beauty of the color and light gloss perfectly emphasizes the flowering. Simple or double flowers with a diameter of 3 cm or more with wide, rounded or narrower petals are collected in dense inflorescences.
Prerequisites for begonias
- bright place without direct sunlight or partial shade;
- normal room temperatures, in winter - at least 20 degrees Celsius.
Watering begonias: neat, maintaining light soil moisture (do not soak leaves and shoots) with settled warm water.
Top dressing: rare during the flowering period, once a month.
Transplant of begonias: after flowering.
Soil for begonias: light and loose, nutritious, better - a special mixture.
Propagation of begonias: apical cuttings, leafy cuttings or seeds, daughter tubers.
For a continuation of the list of vibrant plants with a sunny palette for winter interiors, see the next page
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