Can Begonias Be Grown From Cuttings?

Most begonias can be grown from cuttings. For tuberous begonias, cut a shoot when it is about 3 inches tall. It may be helpful to cut a small portion of tuber with the shoot to increase the chances of the stem taking root. For wax begonias, cut stems from plants brought inside for overwintering.

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