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In part-shade, plant caladium, impatiens, begonia, torenia and coleus.
As night-time temperatures stay consistently above 50 degrees, plant geraniums, petunias, marigolds, begonias, impatiens, calibrachoa, cleome and other happy annuals. •
Then pick some of the shorter growing but colorful plants including angelonia, begonias, crossandra, impatiens, marigolds, pentas, salvia, torenia and zinnias for the summer months.
Over in the greenhouse, Parker acted as the lone guide, solemnly explaining the development stages, differences and uses of begonias and other plants to anyone showing an interest.
So did the vincas, snapdragons, kangaroo paws, salvia, sweet alyssum, begonias, primroses and false heather.
Roanoke Take in the bustle of The Loop on the 20-seat sidewalk space, which is decorated with copper planters filled with begonias, Japanese grass and other plants.
Plants for sale include flowers such as zinnias, petunias, wave petunias, marigolds, celosia, coleus, snapdragons, salvia, spiderwort, geraniums, impatiens and begonias.
May 11 American Begonia Society, Orange County branch: The meeting features a speaker each month giving tips on growing begonias and companion plants.
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Origin and Etymology of begonia
First Known Use: 1751See Words from the same year
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: a tropical plant that has shiny leaves and bright flowers
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