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Q.Indoor Begonias

Zone Minnesota | adukhorn added on September 29, 2014 | Answered

I have recently purchased a couple of begonias a few weeks ago. Was told not to repot them as this is the blooming season. I knew this when I bought it. Sorry babbling. I was wondering is there any way to fix a begonia that has split at the base and one branch has died and the other is hanging on by a thread. Can I repot the the root stock and start over or do I have to just cut my losses and buy a new one?

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Answered on September 29, 2014

From time to time you will be forced to give your begonia a "haircut" reshaping. Always cut injured or brown plant material out with sharp sizzers, the stalks are tougher than they look. Clear cuts also prevent from damaging the other leaves and new growth.

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