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White Green-Leaf Begonia Plants For Sale

Begonia 'White'

A knock-out in hanging baskets and containers, or as a focal point in your garden, this annual can be planted in shade and partial sun while continuing to flower.

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White Green-Leaf Begonia Plants for Sale Online

White Green-Leaf Begonia is a summer to fall blooming annual with excellent drought tolerance and can grow well in shaded areas. This annual plant has beautiful green foliage complimented by striking white flowers. Green-Leaf Begonias grow in a rounded growth habit and reach up to 8 inches tall and 12 inches wide at mature size. You can plant your Begonia in the ground, preferably a place that receives plenty of shade, and they look beautiful in hanging baskets on a patio or front porch. As long as you care for your Begonia properly, it will last throughout the hot summer heat into the fall season.


Growzone: 9-11 White Green-Leaf Begonia Hardiness Zones 9-11
Hardiness Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 6 to 8 Inches
Mature Width: 8 to 12 Inches
Classification: Annual
Sunlight: partial sun, partial shade
Habit: Upright
Flower Color: White
Foliage: Glossy dark green
Soil Condition: well-draining, moist
Water Requirements: Likes to stay slightly moist
Uses: mass planting, container plant, hanging basket

How to Care for White Green-Leaf Begonia

Before you buy a White Green-Leaf Begonia plant, make sure to read about the care instructions that are required and recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving!

How Do I Water White Green-Leaf Begonia?

How Do I Water White Green-Leaf Begonia?

White Green-Leaf Begonia requires evenly moist, well-drained soil to thrive. However, do not overwater your plant because if they sit in standing water for too long, they will get root rot disease. A regular watering schedule will be the most beneficial for the plant's success. We recommend watering your plant at the base to keep their foliage dry and prevent any leaf spot or diseases.

What Type Of Fertilizer Does Green-Leaf Begonia Require?

What Type Of Fertilizer Does Green-Leaf Begonia Require?

To keep your Big Leaf Pink Begonia in its best shape, we recommend feeding them every ten days in the summer. Any slightly diluted liquid fertilizer will work perfectly. Doing so will ensure your plant's flowers will bloom to their best potential. Be sure not to over-fertilize your plant because too much fertilizer will cause root burn and damage your plants. Avoid fertilizing in the fall and winter time to minimize the risk of any plant damage.

What is The Best Soil for My White Green-Leaf Begonia?

What is The Best Soil for My White Green-Leaf Begonia?

White Green-Leaf Begonia requires rich, well-draining soil. It is not particular to a specific pH and can tolerate urban-polluted locations. The well-draining soil conditions will help avoid any possibility of root rot, a disease this plant is susceptible to. However, this plant does require its soil to be moist at all times. It is a tricky but crucial balance for your plant to get enough water and have its soil be moist without overwatering at the same time.

How Much Sun Does My White Green-Leaf Begonia Need?

How Much Sun Does My White Green-Leaf Begonia Need?

White Green-Leaf Begonia plants prefer a more shaded location that receives little sunlight each day. Even though they can survive in full sun, they do their best when given time away from the sun. If you are planting your annual in the garden, it's best to choose the shadiest part of your garden. If you are using it in a container outside, make sure you place it in a location that gets very little direct sunlight. Doing so will avoid any risk of burning the leaves or causing any other damage.


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