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Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group) photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Fibrous Begonia, Wax 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,...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, AMBASSADOR SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fibrous Begonia)

Popular bedding plants, Ambassador Series wax begonias are tender perennials of hybrid origin. These plants are evergreen in tropical to sub-tropical zones but grown as annuals in temperate zones. Ambassador Series wax begonias bloom continuously in summer and are available in a range of colors including scarlet, white and various pinks.

They prefer well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. As reliable bloomers they are often used as annuals in containers, hanging baskets and mass plantings.

(Fibrous Begonia, Wax 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,...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, COCKTAIL SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Fibrous Begonia)

Fibrous begonias (also known as wax begonias) are tender perennials that are grown as warm-season annuals in temperate zones. Cultivars in the Cocktail Series are distinguished by their compactness and relative sun-tolerance. Their waxy, succulent, rounded leaves are bronze, and their small, waxy flowers may be red, pink or white, depending on the selection. Plants bloom continuously all season.

These fibrous begonias prefer full to partial sun and well drained, average soil. They are perfect...

(Doublet Begonia, Fibrous 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,...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, EUREKA SERIES) photo by: Syngenta

Syngenta

(Fibrous Begonia)

Wax begonias are compact, tender, ever-blooming herbaceous perennials normally used as disposable annual bedding plants in temperate and tropical regions. Their roots are fibrous and dense, giving rise to another common name — fibrous begonia. The Eureka Series wax begonias include five cultivars with bronze leaves and five with green. Slightly taller than most other wax begonias, they share their propensity for flowering constantly in mild weather.

Normally, semperflorens cultivars do best in...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, GUM DROP™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Fibrous Begonia)

Gum Drop begonias are compact, bushy wax begonias with doubled flowers. These popular bedding plants are evergreen perennials in tropical to sub-tropical zones and are grown as warm-season tender perennials in temperate zones. Easy to grow and ever-blooming, members of the Gum Drop Series produce many, waxy, double flowers that come in a variety of colors to include red, orange, rose, pink and white. Plants are tidy and self branching and do not require pinching.

These begonias prefer full to...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, HARMONY SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Fibrous 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...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, LOTTO™ SERIES) photo by: Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Lotto™ Wax 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,...

Image of Begonia (Semperflorens Cultorum Group, NIGHTLIFE SERIES) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Fibrous 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,...