Fragrant Trailing Begonia Aromantic Mixed Tubers

Fragrant Trailing Begonia 'Aromantic Mixed' Tubers

A delightful combination of pastel shades and alluring fragrances
Scented / Fragrant
Perfect In Pots
Plant In Shade
Plant In Sunshine
Protect From Frost
Cut Flower
Easy To Grow
Pack of 10 corms - Item: 630018
Only £16.99
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World First! At last, Truly Fragrant 'Aromantic' Begonias - A Summer Long Display Of Gorgeous Large Blooms, Each Colour A Different Scent!! Its true! These really are the very first truly Fragrant Trailing Begonias! Flower Power and gorgeous soft scent all wrapped in one sensational flower.

Bred by the world famous Begonia breeder Arnold van Peteghem, from Ghent in Belgium, these gorgeous plants are admired both for their delightful fragrance as well as their giant rose-like blooms. Their aromatic scent literally fills the air with a delicious medley of fragrances ranging from fresh citrus lemon to indulgent soft rose. Each amazing flower head measures up to 4-5' across - so large in fact that they will hang down in a beautiful waterfall cascade of soft pink, peach pastels and apricot shades. Plant them in hanging baskets, tubs and planters where they can tumble down over the side, they thrive in hot and dry, or wet and windy Summers - one of the main reasons behind their success.

A small posy of them also makes a lovely indoor display as does floating a few heads in a large bowl. Of course both will smell simply fantastic! Be one of the first to share in this remarkable breeding achievement, our Customers have been snapping these up for the last 2 years we have had them available, and it's easy to see why! Get all 'Aromantic' with these Fragrant Begonias.

What Is Supplied Supplied as Jumbo Corms (5cm+ diameter) for bigger flowers. we suggest starting them off in a frost free place on a windowsill, conservatory or greenhouse. Plant shallowly with the saucer-shaped part upwards. They can be slow to shoot in the cool, so do not worry if nothing happens for a few weeks.
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