1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    I bought a double begonia tuber last year. Planted it. Soon the plant sent out shoots, and later flowers appeared. But not those! The shade was what it should have been. However, neither their shape nor size corresponded to what was declared. The flowers were small and not double. At first I was terribly angry with the manufacturer. But then I thought: maybe I did something wrong myself, and the plant reacted this way? Help me figure out why the begonia turned out to be non-double, and is this the fault of the manufacturer?


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