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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Orange Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, orange-red, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Orange tuberous begonia. The compact plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group; this cultivar was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. It grows from winter-dormant root tubers and has extravagant orange flowers that are double (extra petal rows). They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Pink Shades Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, coral-pink, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Pink Shades tuberous begonia. The compact plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group; this cultivar was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. It grows from winter-dormant root tubers and has powdery coral-pink flowers that are double (extra petal rows). They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn, and are set among...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Scarlet Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, lipstick red, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Scarlet tuberous begonia. The compact plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group; this cultivar was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. It grows from winter-dormant root tubers and has extravagant red flowers that are double (extra petal rows). They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary White Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, pure white, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary White tuberous begonia. The compact plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group; this cultivar was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. It grows from winter-dormant root tubers and has extravagant white flowers that are double (extra petal rows). They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Yellow Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, bright yellow, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Yellow tuberous begonia. The compact plant belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group; this cultivar was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. It grows from winter-dormant root tubers and has extravagant yellow flowers that are double (extra petal rows). They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn, and are set among open,...

Image of Begonia (NONSTOP MOCCA PINK SHADES, Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP® MOCCA SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

This collection of tuberous begonias is characterize by big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright bushy plant. The plants are hybrids derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers and flowers come in all colors except blue. These grandiose flowers are often double in form, appear in summer, and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with two smaller female flowers...

Image of Begonia (NONSTOP™ APPLEBLOSSOM, Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, double, nearly white blossoms with hints of pink on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage slightly more heat tolerant that other tuberous begonias--that describes 'Non-Stop Appleblossom.' It belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from species native to the Andes Mountains of South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant tubers. The extravagant flowers are produced from summer to mid-autumn and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are...

Image of Begonia (NONSTOP™ APRICOT, Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Non-stop™ Apricot Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, double, peach-colored blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with bronzed leaves that is slightly more heat tolerant describes 'Non-Stop Apricot' tuberous begonia. The Tuberhybrida Group are a collection of hybrids derived from mountain-growing species native to the Andes Mountains of South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant tubers. These grandiose flowers are produced in summer, and set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three buds, with two...

Image of Begonia (NONSTOP™ BRIGHT RED, Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Non-Stop™ Bright Red Begonia, Tuberous Begonia)

Big, double, red blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with bronzed foliage slightly more heat tolerant that other tuberous begonias--that describes 'Non-Stop Bright Red.' It belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from species native to the Andes Mountains of South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant tubers. The extravagant flowers are produced from summer to mid-autumn and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster of three...

Image of Begonia (NONSTOP™ BRIGHT ROSE, Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, double, coral-rose blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with green foliage slightly more heat tolerant that other tuberous begonias--that describes 'Non-Stop Bright Rose.' It belongs to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from species native to the Andes Mountains of South America. Plants arise from winter-dormant tubers. The extravagant flowers are produced from summer to mid-autumn and are set among open, succulent stems across the plant. They are produced in a cluster...