New reply from Florexpert

Hi Yellowclare,

If you keep your plants just moist and leave them dry out a little between each watering (just leave the surface of the compost become dry while it is still most beneath), they should be fine.

Indoor Begonias can also go dormant after flowering, which does not mean they are necessarily dead. They often re-sprout later in the spring.

Hope it helps 🙂

Original Post by yellowclare

Tips needed for looking after indoor begonia plants

Can anyone suggest the best way to look after my indoor begonias that I bought just before Xmas? I never have much luck at looking after these indoors. Please help before I kill them 🙁


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