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Friday, September 25, 2020

Begonia for Beginners: Martin Mystery Begonia (video)

This video is basically an Introduction to a Begonia species named:
Martin Mystery Begonia

I find the most hardies and easy to cultivate and grow. 
And thus I would recommend this as the Best Begonia for Beginners
to try their hands on with before trying out with other types as most of them are actually very sensitive and unforgiving. 

Here - I show how I cultivate and maintain them:
My Tips for the Day: 

1) Place the Potted Plant in a position where it is not exposed to open rain - as in a control position where you can water them 2-3 days once based on your garden condition.

2) Over watering can cause this plant to have root rot - however if the medium is porous and fast draining - then daily watering is recommended. - Of course, it is more on the fact of trial basis to identify the condition of the garden - on humidity and how much water the potted plant can take.

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