Container Garden Pictures: A = Tuberous Double Begonia B = Pine

by Ashley Cotter-Cairns
(Container Gardening For You)

Pictures of flowers: A = Tuberous Double Begonia B = Pine

Pictures of flowers: A = Tuberous Double Begonia B = Pine

Pictures of flowers: A = Tuberous Double Begonia B = Pine
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Container Garden Pictures: A = Tuberous Double Begonia B = Pine

Image used under a creative commons licence with the kind permission of Bill Barber and Flickr

Tuberous Double Begonias are one of many varieties of begonias.

They are known for their brilliantly colored blooms.

Colors range from pastels to deep velvety red and brilliant pinks.

Begonias prefer shady conditions and soil that is moist but not wet. Begonias are easy to grow and will provide a stark contrast of deep green foliage and colorful blooms from early spring to the first frost.

Housed inside in the fall and winter, begonias can live for years. You can also propagate new plants from stem cuttings by placing them in water or potting soil to root.

Pine trees are often planted in large medium to large containers to add an element of contrast in height and texture. The evergreen also allows you to display your container garden into fall and winter.

You will, of course, need to transplant your pine once it outgrows the confines of its container.

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