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Million Kisses® Honeymoon Begonia

Begonia boliviensis x hybrid

$43.00
Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter
Grower
Baskets
Ceramic
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  • Pet Hazard:Toxic To Touch

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

Million Kisses® Honeymoon Begonia (Begonia boliviensis x hybrid) is a trailing begonia with warm-colored kisses of blooms that keep the romance alive all season long. She likes bright, indirect light or light morning sun and consistent moisture to grow and flourish. Move her indoors when temps creep below 60°F at night. She has better branching and blooms early than her counterparts and grows up to 36" wide and 12" in height.
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Million Kisses® Honeymoon Begonia
Million Kisses® Honeymoon Begonia
About Million Kisses® Honeymoon Begonia

Establish a new relationship with our Honeymoon begonia.  She's a catch and brings romance to the relationship with her warm-colored kisses of blooms.  Keep her trailing in a basket in bright, indirect light to flirt with from all sides!

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners

Pet Friendly: No

Toxic if ingested

Origins: South and Central America, Africa, and Southeast Asia

South and Central America, Africa, and Southeast Asia

Fun Facts: Begonias are the ...

Begonias are the fifth largest genus with over 1700 species. The begonia boliviensis was classified in 1945 and grew at high altitudes on rocky slopes in alkaline soil. They are found natively as far south as the Venezuelan Andes and as far north as Mexico.

Begonia boliviensis x hybrid Care Guide

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