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3 Begonia 'Sunray' Bulbs | Top Size | Cascading

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Bring some sun-coloured sizzle to your garden

This 'Sunray' is the ultimate bedding plant for bringing some sizzling colour to your garden with its brightly coloured, ruffled flowers. Boasting shades of pink, orange, and yellow too, Sunray will fill your garden's pots with warm-hued blooms all summer long. Thanks to the cascading habit, these flowers will cascade over the edges of their container - creating lovely tumbling movement.

  • Common Name: Begonia
  • Flowering Month: June - October
  • Flowering Season: Summer
  • Flower Colour: Orange
  • Latin Name: Begonia
  • Planting Location: Banks And Slopes, And Suitable For Pots
  • Planting Depth: 5cm
  • Planting Distance: 25cm
  • Planting Month: April - June
  • Scented?: No
  • Uses: Cut flowers
  • Supplied As: Bulbs
About your Bulbs

A family run business, our trusted bulb grower has specialised in growing and packaging bulbs for many decades. With over 40 members of staff caring each day for the plants these bulbs come from, you can feel confident that your garden will soon be filled with beautiful, flourishing blooms! Once gathered, each bulb is carefully checked and stored to prevent any early sprouting before they're sent to you.

Sustainability and biodiversity remains at the core of what they do. Because of this, chemicals are reduced to a minimum, bulbs are sent in paper bags, and packaging and transportation operations are streamlined to leave a much smaller environmental footprint. So, by planting these bulbs, you won't only be help your garden, but the world around you too.

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Plant these bulbs 5cm/2" deep, and distance 25cm/10" apart. If too deep, the bulb may rot and the shoots emerge late. If too shallow, the bulb may emerge unevenly and have spindly growth.

Once shoots emerge, water thoroughly and regularly to encourage their growth. Fertiliser isn't essential, but it will help blooms to look their best. Simply apply a slow release fertiliser upon planting, or alternatively apply liquid fertiliser once the growing season begins.

Growing Advice

It is best to make sure that you plant at the recommended distance and depth. If too deep, the bulb may rot and the shoots emerge late. If too shallow, the bulb may emerge unevenly and have spindly growth.

Once shoots emerge, water thoroughly and regularly to encourage their growth. Fertiliser isn't essential, but it will help blooms to look their best. Simply apply a slow release fertiliser upon planting, or alternatively apply liquid fertiliser once the growing season begins.

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Bulb Planting Guide

Planting bulbs is an easy gardening job, a brilliant way to add a garden surprise a few months down the line. To learn everything you need for a garden bursting with colour, check out our simple guide on How to Plant Bulbs (link opens in a new tab) over on the Primrose Blog!

Common Name Begonia
Flower Colour Orange
Flowering Month June, July, August, September, October
Flowering Season Summer
Is Collection/Mix? No
Location Suitable For Pots, Banks & Slopes
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
Is Scented? No
Uses Cut Flowers
Latin Name Begonia
Planting Month April, June, May
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