Crate of 40 – Begonia Bertinii Worthiana an orange-red pendula-like flower that will have your garden blooming for the summer. Growing from June through October and growing to 25 cm tall, it is the perfect plant for hanging baskets and pots as it spills over the top of the container. The best planting period for Begonia is spring after the danger of frost has passed. Plant the tubers with their hollow sides up cover them with a thin layer of moist retaining compost enriched soil. This variety of Begonia prefers full sun and is heat and drought resistant. Best results are acheived with full sun, rich soil, which is moist and well drained. Begonia can hibernate just fine if you take the necessary action. Lift tubers or bring pots into a dry cool area when the first night frost is forecast. In the spring, when there is no longer a chance of frost, plant the Begonia back outside.