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How to Winter Over Tuberous Begonias.?

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1. Reduce watering of begonias in containers and beds in early autumn. Remove any buds the plants form starting six weeks before the first expected fall frost to encourage the plants to enter dormancy. 2. Allow the foliage to yellow and die back
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