Begonia Rieger Assorted Colors 10" Basket


Assorted Colors


Known as Rieger begonias, these beautiful flowering winter plants have creamy, beautiful blooms in bright yellows, reds, pinks, and even white. They are typically bred to bloom during the winter season and sold as disposable plants—the idea is to enjoy the bloom and throw them out after the season is over. But you needn't follow this rule: you can grow Rieger begonias year-round and enjoy their blooms next fall.

Growing Conditions

  • Light: Bright, indirect light year-round. They are photoperiod bloomers, meaning the bloom is stimulated when the number of hours of light they receive drops.
  • Water: Let the top 1/2" dry between waterings. After blooming, let the plant almost dry out and cut back all the foliage.
  • Temperature: Average to warm (and humid). They can go as low as 60 F at night in the fall to help stimulate a bloom.
  • Soil: Airy, light, fast-draining soil.
  • Fertilizer: Use liquid fertilizer weekly at quarter strength or biweekly at half strength. In the fall, switch to a high-phosphorous fertilizer to encourage bigger blooms.

Wondering what the #1, #2, #15 mean? The nursery industry uses these numbers to identify pot size. Wondering what size to buy? Check out this handy container comparison picture below. 

Plant Size Guide

Below is the most current USDA hardiness zone map. All of our products can be found by your particular winter hardiness zone shown below.


ShrubBucket Delivery Map

We hand-deliver to all of the areas located in green in the above map with more coming in January 2021! Hand-delivery is FREE on orders over $45 in the green counties. 


All of the counties in the 3 shaded grey areas we will hand-deliver with a minimum order. 

 Light Grey  - $250

 Medium Grey  - $500

 Dark Grey - $1,000