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Yes, it's possible. Begonias are tender perennials, so if you bring them into suitable conditions for the winter, they can live for years in temperate zones. Here's what to do: Prepare the area indoors. It must be well lit. If you don't have any large unobstructed (on both sides) windows to set them by (In winter, west or south facing is best due to the ...


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That is Sedum spectabile, aka Hylotelephium spectabile. The common name is stonecrop. It is a succulent perennial hardy in all temperate regions, and has been introduced to many of these areas as an ornamental. The flowers attract lots of pollinators, as well as a variety of butterflies. The plant in your picture has finished flowering, and is developing ...


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The easiest way is to use division. Every year, the plant crown diameter will increase. After a few years, you can dig the crown out, split it into several evenly sized pieces (all over 8" in diameter, for lowest maintenance - you can do smaller, but they dry out more easily). This is best done in fall, after the tops are cut back, or in spring, right after ...



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