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kforrglass
Spring Creek, NV

June 15, 2011
3:04 PM

Post #8632654

Can begonias be maintained with something like aqua stakes for a couple of weeks, or would they be too wet? Is it better to risk having them get too dry? Thanks for any help.
hcmcdole
Powder Springs, GA
(Zone 7b)

June 15, 2011
7:05 PM

Post #8633119

Tough question. Depends on a lot of factors - soil, plant size and variety, environment (sun, shade, hot, cool), clay pot or plastic, root bound, etc, etc. You could experiment for a few days (shouldn't hurt it too badly) and modify as you see fit. Same principle applies to timed irrigation (too wet then move the plant further away, too dry then move it closer to the water source, etc).

kforrglass
Spring Creek, NV

June 17, 2011
9:41 AM

Post #8636358

Good idea to experiment. They are small houseplants in 4 and 6 inch clay pots. I might try sealing them in ziplock bags.

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