Begonia 'Waterfall Angel Falls' - Tuber

Begonia x tuberhybrida 'Waterfall Angel Falls'
Begonia 'Waterfall Angel Falls'

From the Home and Garden collection!

A unique begonia in a delicate shade of pink! This really striking variety is perfect for your hanging baskets as well as other pots and planters. Also looks wonderful in the border! Begonia ‘Waterfall Angel Falls’ is easily grown with an abundance of flowers! This fantastic special plant from the Home and Garden collection will be a joy to have on your patio!
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Planting and flowering details
  • Planting
  • When you receive your lovely, Begonia ‘Waterfall Angel Falls’ as rooted shoots in the spring they are ready for potting up in fresh compost. Do beware of late night frost because they really cannot tolerate it.

    Use a planter with drainage holes in the base and layer the bottom with potsherds or hydro-pellets. Add some potting compost, plant the begonias and fill the pot further. Planting distance is about 10 cm - 3 plants to a pot that is 17 cm in diameter, only one per pot if 12 cm. Water your begonia ‘Waterfall Angel Falls’ immediately after planting. Begonias will grow and flourish in partial shade but preferably out of the wind.
    Begonia ‘Waterfall Angel Falls’ blends well with other plants
    This is a fairly large garden begonia and needs space. Make a lovely combination in a generously sized hanging basket or tall planter with, for instance, hanging fuchsias, hanging pansies or leafy plants like ivy.
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  • Care
  • Your Begonia ‘Waterfall Angel Falls’ will encourage reflowering all by itself - the flower heads fall off.

    Feed regularly too if you want it to flower profusely. Do not over-water as the begonia does not like to be too wet – otherwise it can rot. Only water it when the soil feels dry to the touch.
    Overwintering begonias
    It's easy to keep your begonia tubers over the winter. Dig the plant(s) up after the first night frosts. All stems and foliage can be cut hard back. Label the plant so you know what you're dealing with next spring. Remove all the soil from the tuber and place it in a tray of dry compost, sharp sand or sawdust. Store in a frost-free area. Plant them out again next spring and the plant is sure to reward you with lovely flowers again.
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  • Specifics
  • The Home and Garden plant collection:
    • Is grown with great care and passion
    • Comes with handy tips and ideas
    • Is decorative in your home and garden and on your patio or decking
    • Is a colourful creation that you will enjoy for a long time
    • Is attractively priced
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Begonia x tuberhybrida 'Waterfall Angel Falls'
    Delivery type Supplied as container plant
    Guarantee 100% growth and flowering guarantee
    Color Pink
    Light preference full sun ,  partial sun ,  full shade
    Scented not scented
    Flowers for cutting no
    Flowering period June - October
    Planting distance15 - 20 cm
    Planting depth10 cm
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