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(Fibrous Begonia, Harmony Scarlet Wax Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

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James Burghardt

(Fibrous Begonia, Harmony White Wax Begonia, Wax Begonia)

Wax begonias are tender perennials that are normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name of fibrous begonia. Both dwarf and taller strains have been developed, and all produce perpetual masses of small flowers during warmth. The leaves can be green to red or bronze. In warm climates, these begonias can overwinter and be reliable perennials if moisture is available and summer suns are not...

(Hilo Holiday Rex Begonia, Rex Begonia)

Rex begonias in the Great American Cities™ Series are colorful, compact, heat- and salt-tolerant, and reliably evergreen. The cultivar 'Hilo Holiday' displays bright red leaves with dark green to maroon, white-flecked edges and maroon veins. It is a chance seedling selected by James Lawrence Booman of Vista, California, in 1995.

Modern Rex begonias are complex hybrids that derive from crosses between the Southeast Asian native Begonia rex and other rhizomatous begonias. Cultivars in...

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James Burghardt

(Begonia, Holley Moon Begonia, Rhizomatous Begonia)

Large but irregularly round foliage of 'Holley Moon' is pretty year round in frost-free gardens, but the seasonal splendor of its tall stems of white flowers isn't realized until late winter and early spring. A hybrid rhizomatous begonia, it was created in 2002 by the crossing of the waterlily begonia (Begonia nelumbiifolia) with Begonia carrieae. It becomes a mounding clump of foliage spreading by its thick, crawling rhizomes (underground stems).

The large, bright medium green...

(Houston Fiesta Rex Begonia, Rex Begonia)

Rex begonias in the Great American Cities™ Series are colorful, compact, heat- and salt-tolerant, and reliably evergreen. The cultivar 'Houston Fiesta' displays bright green, silver-flecked leaves with rose-pink centers and maroon veins. It is a chance seedling selected by James Lawrence Booman of Vista, California, in 1995.

Modern Rex begonias are complex hybrids that derive from crosses between the Southeast Asian native Begonia rex and other rhizomatous begonias. Cultivars in the...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Begonia, Madame Queen Begonia)

Madame Queen begonia dazzles with large, coppery-green leaves with ornately ruffled edges and tall sprays of deep pink flower in late winter. This tender herbaceous perennial is the result of a hybrid cross and grows from a prostrate stem called a rhizome. New leaves emerge very red and mature to a dark green with coppery blushing. The upright leaf stems are a bold green-yellow, as are the veins in each leaf blade. The leaf edges are intricately ruffled and often reveal glimpses of the rusty red...

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James Burghardt

(Begonia, Morocco Trailing Begonia)

Coarse, sturdy carpets of Morocco begonia's red-tinged gray-green leaves bring accents of more red on leaf undersides and stems that bear white flowers. A hybrid scandent begonia, it was created by crossing trailing begonia (Begonia soli-mutata) with elm-leaf begonia (Begonia ulmifolia). It becomes a sprawling low quilt of foliage spreading by its rhizomes (underground stems).

The large, grayish green leaves have tiny red hairs, especially on the undersides. New leaves are reddish...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fibrous Begonia, Nightlife Deep Rose Begonia)

Wax or fibrous begonias are classic bedding plants because they are beautiful all season and easy to grow. Though commonly grown as "annuals" these are actually evergreen perennials where hardy. As a group, they are hybrids of three South American species, Begonia cucullata, Begonia hookeri and Begonia schmidtiana.

Low growing and bushy, wax begonias have lustrous, succulent leaves that may be bright green, dark green, red-hued, burgundy or bronze, depending on the selection. Blooms appear continuously,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fibrous Begonia, Nightlife Mix Begonia)

Wax or fibrous begonias are classic bedding plants because they are beautiful all season and easy to grow. Though commonly grown as "annuals" these are actually evergreen perennials where hardy. As a group, they are hybrids of three South American species, Begonia cucullata, Begonia hookeri and Begonia schmidtiana.

Low growing and bushy, wax begonias have lustrous, succulent leaves that may be bright green, dark green, red-hued, burgundy or bronze, depending on the selection. Blooms appear continuously,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fibrous Begonia, Nightlife Pink Begonia)

Wax or fibrous begonias are classic bedding plants because they are beautiful all season and easy to grow. Though commonly grown as "annuals" these are actually evergreen perennials where hardy. As a group, they are hybrids of three South American species, Begonia cucullata, Begonia hookeri and Begonia schmidtiana.

Low growing and bushy, wax begonias have lustrous, succulent leaves that may be bright green, dark green, red-hued, burgundy or bronze, depending on the selection. Blooms appear continuously,...