How to propagate Begonias from leaf cuttings + Begonia care tips

How to propagate Begonias from leaf cuttings + Begonia care tips



A useful information into each element of efficiently propagating Begonia vegetation utilizing leaf cuttings. Propagating Begonias from leaf cuttings is surprisingly simple, and by following these Begonia propagation suggestions I hope it is possible for you to to propagate plenty of Begonia vegetation.

The method of rising Begonias from leaf cuttings is an incredible strategy to multiply your favorite Begonias without spending a dime.

⏩⏩⏩ IN THIS VIDEO ⏪⏪⏪

00:00 Introduction to rising and propagating Begonias.
02:00 Stuff you want for Begonia propagation.
03:20 Choosing the proper rising medium.
05:00 Deciding on and making ready your Begonia leaf.
07:10 Watering your Begonia leaf cuttings.
10:35 Suggestions for utilizing a heated propagating.

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🌴 FERTILISERS:
• Hen manure pellets:
• Liquid seaweed:
• Fish blood and bone:
• Houseplant meals:

🌴PROPAGATING SEEDS & CUTTINGS:
Windowsill Propagator:
Warmth Matt:

POTTING UP:
• Perlite:
• Eco pots:
• Plant labels:

🌴STREAM WATER FEATURE:
POND PUMP –
LINER & UNDERLAY –
WATER PIPE –
CEMENT –

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Author: Tropical Tribe

7 thoughts on “How to propagate Begonias from leaf cuttings + Begonia care tips

  1. Superb guide! I think going for a soilless medium is pretty key; they always seem to rot for me when I try a soil mix! Nice one!

  2. I don't think they travel well, I've lost a few rooted cuttings now I bought online. Some Begonia types seem stronger than others. The cane varieties root easily in water for me. High humidity is preferred, as you say, and taking leaf cuttings in the Spring and Summer months gives far more successful results. Pearlite doesn't really hold water, but it's a good medium for breaking up dense compost for those first delicate roots. It's a useful video but can we see more varieties that you have?

  3. This is one of those plant jobs I've never got round to doing but always to do, I might have to try this now so thanks for the inspiration!

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