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Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, NONSTOP™ SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly green foliage that is slightly more heat tolerant than other begonias--that describes the Non-Stop Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias 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 extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in summer...

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Tuberous Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly bronze-green or blackish green foliage that is slightly more heat tolerant than other begonias--that describes the Non-Stop® Mocca Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias 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 extravagant flowers are often double....

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Ornament™ Begonia)

Large, semi- to fully doubled blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly dark bronze-green foliage describes the Ornament™ Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers and flowers are either pink, orange, scarlet or yellow. These extravagant flowers are often double (having extra rows of petals). They are produced in summer...

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Panorama™ Begonia)

Numerous big, camellia-like blossoms on a bushy plant with bronze-green foliage that forms an attractive mounding form: this describes the Panorama™ Series of tuberous begonia. These plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group, a collection of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers and flowers are either yellow, peach, white, red or rose. These extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in summer to...

Image of Begonia (Tuberhybrida Group, PIN-UP™ SERIES) photo by: All-America Selections

All-America Selections

(Pin-up™ Begonia)

Numerous bicolored flowers that look like small hibiscus blooms cover the bushy plants of the Pin-Up™ Series. These tuberous begonias have lush dark green leaves with lighter veins. Belonging to the Tuberhybrida Group of begonias derived from mountain-growing species native to the South American Andes, they grow from winter-dormant root tubers. Their numerous flowers are bicolored, either red and golden orange or white and deep pink, based on culivar. Blossoms are heavily produced in summer to mid-autumn,...

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

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Primary Begonia)

Big, camellia-like blossoms on an upright, bushy plant with mainly green foliage describes the slightly earlier-to-bloom-from-planting Primary Series of tuberous begonia. These compact plants belong to the Tuberhybrida Group; this collection was developed from the slightly later flowering plants in the Nonstop Series. Plants arise from winter-dormant root tubers and flowers come in all colors except blue. These extravagant flowers are often double. They are produced in early summer to mid-autumn,...

Image of Bletilla striata photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Hardy Urn Orchid)

Hardy urn orchid is a terrestrial (ground dwelling) orchid native to China, Japan and Taiwan. It is grown for its lush foliage and petite, cattleya-like blooms. This orchid grows from short tuberous rhizomes (rooting, underground, lateral, swollen stems). A few upright, lance-shaped, dark to medium green leaves that are deeply pleated grow directly from the rhizomes forming clumps. Beautiful flowers appear on leafless stalks held above the foliage, opening from the bottom upward. Each typical orchid...

Image of Bletilla striata

James Burghardt

(Hardy Urn Orchid, White Hardy Urn Orchid)

Clear white flowers distinguish this hardy urn orchid variety from its other kin. In all other respects, it is the same. Hardy urn orchid is a terrestrial (ground dwelling) orchid native to China, Japan and Taiwan. It is grown for its lush foliage and petite, cattleya-like blooms. This orchid grows from short tuberous rhizomes (rooting, underground, lateral, swollen stems). A few upright, lance-shaped, dark to medium green leaves that are deeply pleated grow directly from the rhizomes forming clumps....

Image of Bletilla striata

James Burghardt

(Hardy Urn Orchid, Variegated Hardy Urn Orchid)

The delicately variegated foliage of ‘Albostriata’ adds a subtle beauty to this already great landscape orchid. Hardy urn orchid is a terrestrial (ground dwelling) orchid native to China, Japan and Taiwan. It is grown for its lush foliage and petite, cattleya-like blooms. This orchid grows from short tuberous rhizomes (rooting, underground, lateral, swollen stems). A few upright, lance-shaped, dark to medium green leaves that are deeply pleated grow directly from the rhizomes forming clumps. Those...

Image of Brodiaea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cluster Lily)

Brodiaea is a genus of about sixteen species of lily-like perennials native to the west coast of North America, extending from Canada to Mexico. Also known as cluster lilies, these herbaceous perennials are found in varying habitats including grassland, forest and scrub. The often sparse, lance-shaped leaves of these plants are crescent-shaped in cross section, and bright green to blue-green. They emerge from brown fibrously covered corms (solid, compressed, bulb-like underground stems)....