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Begonia Dinner Plate Crispa Yellow

Double Begonia

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Cultural and Growing Info is provided below.

A Splash of Sunshine
Abundant flowering from midsummer to frost, the cheerful yellow flowers complement any color scheme. Perfect for part to full shade gardens, the large, ruffled flowers of Begonia Dinner Plate Crispa Yellow explode with reliable long-blooming color above dark green foliage. Deer resistant too! *NOTE: Bulbs will need to be lifted in fall in zones 3-8A.



Plant Type Bulbs


Height Short 12-14"

Spacing Plant 6-12" apart

Bloom Time Mid-Summer to Mid-Fall

Sun / Shade Mostly Sunny to Mostly Shady

Zones 3-10

Soil Type Normal, Acidic

Sold In Bags of 2

Special Features

  • Beneficial for Pollinators
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Deer Resistant
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Long-Blooming
  • Edgers
  • OK in Containers
  • Shade Tolerant

Begonia General Information

Begonias will brighten your shade garden with flower shapes as diverse as their size. Some plants showcase single flowers, some double, some pendulous and some fragrant. Long flowering and reliable, they provide a boost of high-impact color. All our accent annuals are guaranteed to reach you in good condition and to grow, but we can't guarantee annuals to overwinter. Will be an annual except in zones 8B-10 but can be stored over the winter in colder zones. Instructions

Begonia Plant Care

Hardy in Zones 8B-10. Begonias need bright, but indirect light. Direct sun will cause the leaves to burn, so avoid placing it where it will be exposed to direct sun for a prolonged period. They prefer rich, well-draining soil. Bulbs can be planted indoors approximately eight weeks prior to the last frost. If growing in pots; use a fast-growing, well-draining potting soil and plant bulb about 1 to 2” deep. Harden off the plants for about a week prior to placing outdoors. If planting directly outdoors, plant once the threat of frost and/or freezing temperatures have subsided. Plant with indented or sprouting side up. If desired, apply a slow-release fertilizer like Osmocote® to the soil according to the product’s instructions. Lift tubers in the fall in zones 3-8A before the 1st frost and before temps drop below 50°. Cut foliage back in fall after the first frost to about 1-2” inches and carefully dig up the bulb. Allow to cure for 2 to 3 weeks, gently shake off any remaining soil. (Do NOT rinse, as extra moisture can cause bulbs to rot or mold.) Store in peat moss, vermiculite, or sawdust in a cardboard box – plastic holds in too much moisture. Store in temperatures of 40 to 50°.

100% Guarantee

We offer a 100% guarantee for all our accent annuals and bulbs to reach you in good condition and come up. If you're not satisfied, we'll reship or refund immediately. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions or concerns—we share your passion for gardening and want your new plants to thrive in your border!

Shipping Details

We ship accent annuals and bulbs based on the best planting time for your growing zone (see the approximate dates below), unless otherwise indicated at checkout. If you wish, you can indicate a specific ship date during checkout.

Spring-Planted Accent Annuals

  • Zone 3, 4: Early to Mid May
  • Zone 5: Late April to Early May
  • Zone 6: Mid to Late April
  • Zone 7: Early to Mid April
  • Zone 8: Late March to Early April
  • Zone 9, 10: Late March

Fall-Planted Bulbs

  • Zone 2, 3, 4: Early September
  • Zone 5: Early to Mid September
  • Zone 6: Mid September
  • Zone 7: Mid to Late September
  • Zone 8, 9, 10: Late September to Early October

Holiday Bulbs

  • Early November through mid December