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Begonia grandis subsp. evansiana var. alba
Supplied in a 7cm pot


A must have addition to any exotic boarder.
Begonia grandis are a group of tuberous Begonia from China that have proved hardy in most of the UK. The mid green leaves and heavily veined with red and flushed red on the undersides. The eye catching small flowers are produced from late July to the first frosts. Frosts will kill off all the top growth, but the plant will return in spring with new growth from the underground tubers. We cover our tubers in late autumn with bark chip.

Part shade
Well drained soil
RHS hardiness rating H4


Plants are supplied in a 7cm pot, with their compost and are similar to the plants seen in pictures 2 and 3. Picture one shows the flowers on a planted specimen and is not the plant for sale.

SUK: BEGA4181

UK PLANT PASSPORT:
A: Plant name here
B: 121396
C: 01102201
D: GB

Blue Nurseries Ltd is authorised to issue UK plant passports by DEFRA.

 

Begonia grandis subsp. evansiana var. alba